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5. Installing Wooden Deer Fence Posts and Using Trees

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Published on Nov 2, 2011

How to install wooden deer fencing posts & how to use trees for deer fences:
http://www.invisible-deer-fence.com/i...

Wood posts are thicker and stronger than T-posts or metal angle-iron posts. Many deer fence installers will often use wooden deer fence posts at corners - if no trees are available. Also, fence installation companies will use wooden posts where the fence is expected to bear major loads.

Avoid using untreated wood, because most untreated wood in contact with the soil could rot in one or two years. These posts should be set three feet into the ground, and four feet at stress points. Like other posts, they should be spaced fifteen feet apart for metal hexagrid fencing, twenty feet apart for polypropylene. The deer fencing should be loosely attached to each post with 5 or so U-nails. As a general rule, the fencing should be pulled tight enough so that it stands straight and rigid, but no tighter.

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