2 miles of game fence.

huntintn

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Found out today the man next to my farm,(Peyton Hillis, of the Kanasas City Cheifs) is putting a game fence between our properties. Thing about it its open on both ends. Have never sit foot on his land but makes me feel like he thinks I have been. Thinking about intruducing myself.
 

Hunter 257W

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It sure wouldn't hurt to introduce yourself. Once you do that, you are no longer the nameless/faceless neighbor who may be a threat but you become a real person with a face who is showing good will. A few minutes of talking can do wonders.
 

Paul Burns

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First thought was" Wow I would like to be able to own afarm 2 miles on one side"
Shucks I would just be glad to be able to afford a fence that tall and that long.
Bet you will find him to be a good guy. Good luck.
 

Paul Burns

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First thought was" Wow I would like to be able to own afarm 2 miles on one side"
Shucks I would just be glad to be able to afford a fence that tall and that long.
Bet you will find him to be a good guy. Good luck.
 

W.Seay

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Hunter 257W said:
It sure wouldn't hurt to introduce yourself. Once you do that, you are no longer the nameless/faceless neighbor who may be a threat but you become a real person with a face who is showing good will. A few minutes of talking can do wonders.

Yep
 

landman

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It may not hurt you at all, I have 2 different tracts for sale in KY for clients that join and wrap around a corner of a high fence.
Its been in place for about 15 years that I know of and its over 7,000 ft long on there side, the deer travel around that cover well.
And during late season bucks cruise that fence scent checking does.
 

TNhunter

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Find some low areas where that fence crosses ditches and creeks. THESE WILL DEFINITELY be crossing areas between the properties. And believe me it won't take much space for even a large buck to go under the fence.
 

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