Build a New Fence With Old Powerline Cable

If you can find it, you can use old powerline cable to make a new fence for your homestead animals.



070 new fence 1 coiled cable
Recycled cable rolled into loose coils.  
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070 new fence 2 drill eyelets
Eyelets drilled through the fence posts provided a place to feed the wire.  
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070 new fence 3 turnbuckles
Turnbuckles provide and easy way to tighten the fence wires. 
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070 new fence 4 fenced in horse
The author's horse, hitched to a post inside the new fence.
PHOTO: KAREN SWAN











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