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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul. 29, 2003
    Cincinnati, Ohio

    Default FREE: Four-Board Fencing with 5" Round Stock Posts

    Hello all, I'm in western Hamilton County, west of Cincinnati. I have about 8 acres and I'm getting rid of some of my fencing, as I'm down to only a couple horses and I'm slowly getting out of the horse world.
    The fencing is about 10 years old and is solid four-board fencing on 5" round stock posts. I probably have about 20 sections of fence I'd like to unload.
    It is free for the taking, but you need to come dismantle it.
    The posts are NOT in concrete and when I had other sections removed, they easily pulled out with a bobcat.
    I was able to pull the boards off myself with a large crowbar.
    If you want it, please let me know. It's in very good condition.

  2. #2
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    Sep. 2, 2007


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