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#6299435 - 05/15/16 05:07 PM Fencing a Creek Channel?
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Registered: 04/19/16
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Loc: San Angelo, TX
We recently had a hard storm wash some brush into our fences on both sides of the dry creek... It pushed the fence so much it broke a bunch of the tie wire and left gaps in the fence. Does anyone have any ideas or links to show a good way to build something around a dry creek crossing to keep the fence from getting gaps? It is currently anchored in the places with 2-3/8" pipe in 3 places across each crossing and using 2 8' cattle panels on bottom then regular wire fencing on top...

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#6299446 - 05/15/16 05:20 PM Re: Fencing a Creek Channel? [Re: PWRANCH]
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