Friday, 22 August 2014

Some rural fences

Today we took a train trip up country and these are a couple of the fences at the final stop before returning. They are just fence posts and #8 wire, which is typical fencing on farms in New Zealand. 
I hope you can see the fine line of the wire.

a road to ....

green paddocks

farm gate

?????????

This bottom fence baffled me - the posts are about
 6 foot high with a single strand of #8 wire along the top. 
It's certainly not to keep stock in...or out.


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2 comments:

  1. that last one is VERY odd! obviously not to keep deer out, either, since they could walk right under.

    the rest of them look like they could be texas. :)

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    1. I've come to the conclusion that the rabbiters dogs are attached to the line in the bottom pic with a lead. Enough slack for them to move around but not to get out on the road. We saw rabbiters with dogs and utes up here last time we did the trip.
      Diana

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