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Old 11-26-2013, 04:39 PM
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Default Cedar Split Rail Fence building Plan

Hello,

To give a country style in front of my yard, il build a cedar rail fence.

Here its not esay now to find some cedar rails.

Do you use it in your states?

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Nice! Should last you a while.
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Many here use mesquite or cedar--last forever.

Since both trees are water suckers,ranchers clean them off the fields.
Also,mesquite is a great source of very hot heat or BarBQ wood.
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Effectively, farmer used another kind of fence around her field.
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Default Splir rail material

I found many cedar posts for sale... but for rails its not easy to find them.
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