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Old 07-20-2020, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm in need of pine poles to build a fence. Does anyone know a good source that I could get some poles?

3-4" round
16' long
bark on
~150 poles
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We carry the 21' barkies at the store. I will get ahold of the supplier and see if he has any 16-17' ones available.
The turned poles (bark off) usually come in about a 17' length. but, they cost a little more.
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I'm in need of pine poles to build a fence. Does anyone know a good source that I could get some poles?

3-4" round
16' long
bark on
~150 poles
Sounds like a cross buck fence is about to be built.
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Sounds like a cross buck fence is about to be built.
Just a 3-pole fence with cedar posts at 7 1/2 feet.

but, if I can't get 16' poles, then I may have to go posts at 9 feet and use 21' poles.
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My supplier called me back and he has some 16' barkies.
Let me know if you want me to have him bring them.
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I have a friend that gets teepee poles every year on the north slope out of Evanston. He might have some leftover for trade.
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Ha ha just noticed you need 150 of them. Pretty sure my friend doesn’t have that many.
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PM answered......I think...
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