Farm Fencing

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1938
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Elmer,L.A.
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At the particular request of an old settler, mention is made or the desirability of making sure the fence is on the right line. He stated he had known of several fences put up on the wrong farms; and even a few feet across a neighbor's boundary may cause trouble. Once the line is selected it should be cleared thoroughly and ant-hills cut down to a gentle slope. Small depressions should be filled in. The cleared line should be wide enough on one side to allow a cart or wagon to pass with posts and to facilitate regular patrolling of the line.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, III, p. 294-297