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“It’s a simple way to connect livestock panels to T-posts and wood posts. They work much faster than wire or cable ties and result in a stronger fence,” says Phillip Morrow, One Man Fencing, LLC, about his new Livestock Panel Connectors. The Connectors are available in 2 different styles, one for T-posts and the oth...
Figure 13. Types of anchor-and-brace assemblies and where to locate them. (a) For fence lengths of 160 feet or less, use single-span end construction. (b) For fence lengths of 200 to 700 feet, use double-span end construction. (c) For fences more than 700 feet long, use a brace-line-post assembly to divide the fence lengths. (d) On rolling land, fence stretching is easier if braced line-post assemblies are located at the foot and top of each hill. (e) Contour fences, more than 350 feet long, sho