Fencing – Wordless Wednesday

Our version of fencing!

Fencing Oh My 2013

Fencing supplies from Premier One.

Loony Acres Fencing_

Hubby pounding t-posts.

Baby boy helping fence_

Baby boy helping. Sorry the photo is blurry. I was disappointed when I went to download it. :(

Miss Moo and fencing_

End product – fenced in pasture for Miss Moo! And we need to move it again since she has just about sufficiently cut this pasture down. Since she respects the electric fencing, we only needed to put up one strand of fencing compared to three strands or 4-7 strands for escapee horses and goats!

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  1. Lolo says:

    When I first thought the title I thought someone was taking a fencing class! lol

  2. Lolo, I didn’t even think about that kind of fencing! lol! That’d be fun too!

  3. Toni says:

    Yay for fence building. We had to do a chicken wire fence in our back yard because our dogs kept getting out LOL

  4. It must feel good to have that up.

  5. Kathleen says:

    Oh boy do I remember those days. I used to have to help my dad string the fence too!

  6. The second fenced pasture we did as a whole family. The third my husband and son did together. It is a lot more fun when we do these tasks as a family, as it pulls us together (and apart sometimes ;) and helps us create new memories.

  7. Robin it did feel good to have it up but she’s ready to be rotated yet again….and my husband’s wrist has been bothering him! So the fourth pasture may be getting done by the children and I.

  8. I hope to one day have a house with enough land to actually have a fence.

  9. Wow, that looks like a lot of work!

  10. Liz, it is in one sense, but now that they’ve been doing it more often, it only takes them an hour or so maybe to move the fencing and put it in a new spot. My husband and son just did it again today and little Miss Moo is in grass heaven! ;)

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