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    Starting Fence Project This Weekend

    I have the posts, fence, and rented the hole drill today. Big unknown is how many rocks we will hit. Hopefully it will go well. I have to work in the morning and will finalize hole location marking Tomm. Drilling should commence Sunday.

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    Underground rocks ugh. Even in dirt I PAID to put there, I found a few. That looks like a slick little hole drill. It also looks like a bunch of poles, I'm guessing about 60?
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    The town building inspector should have a geological map of you area to give you an idea what the ground is like.
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    Wow, this time of year? In Pa? Been so wet I couldn't think of doing that. Good luck.
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    64 holes to drill. I drilled 10 holes yesterday they were filled with water this morning, so no water hauling for the concrete.
    Worst part was I didn’t clean out the ten yesterday so that will be a sloppy mess. Today we drilled 47 and cleaned them so 7 more to go. We also set the corners so they should be hard Tomm so we can stretch string and start setting the line posts. So far I have only had 3 I could not get to depth. Some big chucks of sand stone. They are between 24 and 34 inches so we will just cement some more.

    Get to go to Lowe’s Tomm and pick up the bags of concrete and maybe other fun things

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeagerHair View Post
    64 holes to drill. I drilled 10 holes yesterday they were filled with water this morning, so no water hauling for the concrete.
    Worst part was I didn’t clean out the ten yesterday so that will be a sloppy mess. Today we drilled 47 and cleaned them so 7 more to go. We also set the corners so they should be hard Tomm so we can stretch string and start setting the line posts. So far I have only had 3 I could not get to depth. Some big chucks of sand stone. They are between 24 and 34 inches so we will just cement some more.

    Get to go to Lowe’s Tomm and pick up the bags of concrete and maybe other fun things

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    Whats your purpose for the fence?
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    Fencing something in or out? How well does that little walk behind work? I'd imagine it's much more comfortable than the two man post hole digger

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    I have a Toro Dingo similar to what the OP rented except mine has wheels instead of tracks. The huge advantage of that type of machine is you can reverse the auger if it gets bound up, unlike a 3 point auger on a tractor. Great decision the OP had, makes drilling multiple holes very quick.
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    Fence is just for the dogs to many turkeys, deer, and Bear for an E collar. Wouldn’t slow down a sight hound like the Catahoula.

    Finished drilling and cleaning out holes today and got 8 posts set.

    I rented a 3pt auger last fence and spent way too much time with a pipe wrench backing up the PTO shaft to get it loose. The other big plus was the down force I could excert, she’s just dug right through the tree roots.
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    If you keeping the dogs in, wire should go on the inside, imo.
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