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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Keywords

Western Australia, Fencing, Farm fencing, Fence

First Page Number

43

Last Page Number

54

Abstract

Good fences have long been regarded as the sign-manual of the good farmer. A VF taut, well-constructed and well-maintained fence does more than merely add to the appearance—and cash value—of a farming property; it makes a priceless contribution towards the owner's peace of mind. He knows that his stock will "stay put" instead of disporting themselves in his own or his neighbours' crops—and the fence which keeps his own animals in will keep straying stock out, and so save both time and temper.

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