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Thread: Is Crate Training the Answer? Or Not?

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    E-bay, building supply companies. I'm sure your hubby or one of his friends will know a local place. Even ask the guy at the local hardware.

    chicken mesh nailed. Bash in nail half way and then fold over to catch wire. Timber can also do the trick. I put a half copper log under our gates at the moment to keep in puppies and have meshed the lower half of the gates and secured with zip clips because the puppies could walk right thru the farm fence.

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    Anything can be used, scrunched wire, a broken plate, stones, piled dirt. The limit is your imagination.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseandchicken View Post
    E-bay, building supply companies. I'm sure your hubby or one of his friends will know a local place. Even ask the guy at the local hardware.

    chicken mesh nailed. Bash in nail half way and then fold over to catch wire. Timber can also do the trick. I put a half copper log under our gates at the moment to keep in puppies and have meshed the lower half of the gates and secured with zip clips because the puppies could walk right thru the farm fence.
    You haven't met my fiance!!! Not really his thing. But he is handy when he needs to be!

    Will ask at the local hardware or yellow page it. We are new to the area so don't know of many people to ask...excpet AGB...she might know! Might also ask the groundsman at my school!

    Wish the chicken wire...how do your secure it it the ground? Or don't you need to? I'm pretty sure we could get chicken wire from bunnings!

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    Dig the mesh into the ground, or leave it bent and put rocks on it. If you've got solid ground you could even tent peg it in.

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