No dig fence – When rocks or tree roots make it difficult digging fence post holes, consider installing a DIY fence post with no dig. These positions require little maintenance and can last for years under normal wear and tear. They are strong enough to support the fence panels, poles and wire. You can use a no-dig fence post in the corner of a fence line as an anchor or as a regular post along the fence line.
Danner posts; Roll a 12-foot section 6-foot high woven wire fences. Cut this section from the roll of wire with a fence rail. Bring the cut ends of the portion of the fence together. Wire them to each other by 4-inch long pieces of baling wire. Attach a wire every 4 inches along that seam. This will form a 4 1/2-foot diameter, 6-feet high cylinder. Place the poles; Adjustable no dig fence post cylinder, where you want it. If you build a lodge-pole pine fence, run the Poles through the cylinder squares in different desired heights.
To center the poles of the cylinder or the butt ends of two poles together within the cylinder. Connect wire no dig fence stone fence post using 4-inch length of baling wire. Thread a piece of wire through the wire of the cylinder and then pull the two ends of the wire from the stones. Place a beach of fences between the two ends of the wire and twist them together to keep the fence tight to the post. Using baling wire holding panels for the post.