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Re: Re: A Good Treament for Fence Posts and Poles?


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Posted by Lynch on January 11, 2003 at 12:55:02 from (158.253.193.107):

In Reply to: Re: A Good Treament for Fence Posts and Poles? posted by Les...fortunate on January 10, 2003 at 16:37:31:

From the over 30 year old posts that are still rock solid and that I'm going to reuse...I would say that it's not that far fetched. I think I'll get another 20 out of the posts that are here, but the old boy that put em in is dead and I wish I knew his secret. I guess it's probably outlawed by now anyway. He did leave about 30 in a pile that are still good but I need twice that many. I never kid about this kind of stuff...I have some cedar but not enough. Trying to save money. In my chicken area I have trees holding a third of the fence. Lynch


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