Fence and Beer
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Almost made it to the end of the day of fencing before having a beer.

pretty fancy looking webbing and clamps on the post.

got more details… looks great.

The fence wire is flat & so is yer beer. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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@cliff-rogers said in Fence and Beer:

The fence wire is flat & so is yer beer. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Yeah, an English IPA. It had many of the characteristics of a typical English Bitter, just much more bitter.

I liked it, not a fave but I’d drink it again.

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@tonto said in Fence and Beer:

pretty fancy looking webbing and clamps on the post.

got more details… looks great.

I found this system called Stockguard. It’s the bee’s knees.

Really simple. Very high quality. http://stockguard.com.au/

Around a $1.25 per meter per run makes it as cheap as anything.

We’ve had temporary electric fence for years and I’ve tried all the brands. This is better at every level.

Did you get it locally or order through them and how do you get around corners without touching the post?

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You have to order online. They are quite helpful.

The picture is a corner post. The brown fixture keeps it off the post or you can use a tensioner fixture to do the same.

@dog said in Fence and Beer:

The picture is a corner post.

But is that a 90 deg corner … it doesn’t look like it. Running the tape outside the post on a 90 deg (or less) corner, it looks like the tape would be touching the post.

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It’s not. Have two fixtures each at 45 degrees.

@bunyip said in Fence and Beer:

how do you get around corners without touching the post?

Yeah after a few beers it can be difficult especially with those high octane craft brews

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