Looking for info and resources on constructing a hog wire fence (e.g. 'metal mesh' fence). I added a few pics for example and you can also take a look at this link to get a general idea of what I am looking for: http://bit.ly/1qNLx7C I want to use this for a dog fence in my backyard. Would like to build it myself and I have a pretty good idea, but would love to find some resources for more detailed construction/design discussions. Thanks in advance!
Here is a really cool fence I saw in Northeast Portland when we went out for dinner last Saturday. Light and airy. It gives some separtation to the front yard without closing it off to the rest of the neighborhood. Could maybe keep small kids in and miniature deer with a bum leg out so they won't eat your fresh veggies.
Goat wire fences are kinda the rage around Asheville at the moment. Trend or not, I personally enjoy the aesthetic. So why not build a goat wire trellis?! Craft Thyme tries to use similar materials for a lot of our builds so that everything in the outdoors has a more cohesive feel. In the last house ... Read more
Hog wire fences are popular for their purposes of creating pens, containing hogs, and for their versatility in residential purposes. They are then attached to a wooden frame and stretched on wooden fences for a visual appeal in residential yards.As a type of fence that is made of multiple
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