Feedlot Panel Arbors: Hog Panels

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Feedlot Panel Arbors

By beckygardener
March 2, 2015

Do you need an easy and inexpensive way to make sturdy and long-lasting arbors that can be used to grow most climbing plants? I've got just the project for you!

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Name: Paul
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paulgrow
Mar 2, 2015 2:42 PM CST
TSC also has Hog Panels that are 36" tall and 16' in length.
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Name: Becky
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beckygardener
Mar 2, 2015 7:20 PM CST
Paul - For the vines I was using, I preferred the cattle panels. Some of the wire fencing has wider mesh, which is what I was looking for. The other panels would probably do just as well and it is more of a preference thing.

I also realized that I could get 2 arbors from one cattle panel. Thinking as frugal as I do, I thought that was a bargain, since I wanted several arbors in my yard. I still have plans for 2 more arbors in my yard. (As if the current 4 aren't enough.) Hilarious!
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