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Building Invisible Fence Wire

Invisible fence wire is one of the easiest ways to install a wire mesh fence is to use wire mesh walls. With the help of a friend or two, each of these panels can easily be attached to two fence posts using consoles. Wire mesh fences have sometimes been pair with an electric fence charger to control larger animals. The wire grid can be used as barriers to keeping animals in or out of your property. They can keep chickens, dogs or horses inside the fence while keeping predators out.

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Instructions

Hammer in a first corner post game with your club, and then hammer in a stake for each corner post. Connect the conductor to each corner insert to customize your invisible fence wire. Use a wire mesh panel to show where each insert should be placed along the conductor. Use a post whole digger or shovel to dig a post hole replacing each insert around the perimeter of the fence. Digging each whole deep enough so that one third of the total length of the fence post will be buried in the ground. Dig down on each hole slightly larger than the top to hold each fence post anchored.

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Pour two spades of gravel into each hole for drainage and then place one insert in each hole in an upright position. Spade concrete in each hole up to one inch above the hole, building a mound around the base of each post. Align each fence post with one level tool. Tighten the fence post with two rods, and allow it to dry thoroughly for two or three days. Use a fence panel as a yardstick to line up rail brackets on each post. Use a level to make sure the fence panel is properly aligned. Then mark where the upper and lower brackets should use chalk sprays. Attach the rail brackets to the top and bottom of each fence wire post using your screwdriver. Slide the panels on the brackets and screw them in with your screwdriver and screws.

Drive the posts in the ground, 35 cm (14 inches) and about 30 cm (12 inches) deep. Use a piece of reinforcing iron or other strong material to make steering holes if you are driving in hard ground, such as clay. Begin weaving the long, flexible branches in and out of the posts. Also alternate the base ends of long branches with tip ends. Once you have woven each branch in place, press down to the bottom of the fence. When the fence is ready, use the front axle cutting tool to trim some long ends.

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