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Chicken wire fence

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Makeit:  Support System | Sunset May 2013

Using items from the hardware store, our DIY fence-turned-trellis supports pole beans, morning glory, and vigorous hop vines that would otherwise ramble.

UncommonCoder: DIY Garden Fence. I love the idea of making a shorter version to line the bare walls for a cute added touch! And it keeps cords and cables out of reach from a house rabbit!

The chicken wire fence was nice while it lasted, but my dogs ran into it on occasion and so did I. It needed to come down. Time to build a fence (for the first time). It was easier than I thought. Home Depot trip: 8x 2x4x10 lumber 96x 1x1x3 lumber 1 box of 4" screws 1 box of 3" screws 1 measuring tape (my old was needs some help) Hardest part of the project (but definitely not the longest) was to get all the wood in my little car. I made one section at a time by cutting the 10 footers to…

Rabbit fence for the potager.      Perfect for a chicken run  too. . Garden & Be Well,  XO Tara . Pic via Content in a Cottage. Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

Rabbit fence for the potager. Perfect for a chicken run too. . Garden & Be Well, XO Tara . Pic via Content in a Cottage. Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

diy garden bed cover to protect your raised bed from small animals, vegetable bed, how to build a raised bed protective cover

how to DIY garden bed cover for your raised bed to protect your vegetables from animals. DIY garden cover witth chicken wire for a garden enclosure with fence.

The last step is to arrange the gate.   Cut a piece of wire the width of the gate plus 12 inches.  Fold over 3 inches on each end twice to make the piece of wire the the same as the width of the door.     Using the same procedure as before, tack up the wire so that it is flush with the sides of the gate, but  3-5" below the  wire on the adjacent fence.  You can see that clearly in the picture below, looking at the bottom edge of the chicken wire.      (click picture for high-res

The last step is to arrange the gate. Cut a piece of wire the width of the gate plus 12 inches. Fold over 3 inches on each end twice to make the piece of wire the the same as the width of the door. Using the same procedure as before, tack up the wire so that it is flush with the sides of the gate, but 3-5" below the wire on the adjacent fence. You can see that clearly in the picture below, looking at the bottom edge of the chicken wire. (click picture for high-res

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Welded wire mesh and posts

This is gonna be awesome. Watch me build a “fence” in about an hour. I mentioned at the end of my last post that we needed a fence to keep the dogs in the backyard, so we could give ou…

Cattle Panel Mounted Around Feedlots to Keep Livestock in a Fixed Place

Cattle panel is a simple welded wire mesh, mounted around livestock farm to keep animals in one place. It allows to feed animals and look through the mesh.

Plan guide pour construire une grande volière au jardin. Tutoriel complet sur liens. #volière #poules #poulailler #animaux #oiseaux #cages #jardin #tutoriels #autosuffisance #poulailler #fermette #élevage

Plan guide pour construire une grande volière au jardin. Tutoriel complet sur liens. #volière #poules #poulailler #animaux #oiseaux #cages #jardin #tutoriels #autosuffisance #poulailler #fermette #élevage