Tough GRIT Episode 24 Suits You to a ‘T’
Tough GRIT Episode 24: Suits You to a ‘T’
Good fences make competitive neighbors as these two contestants pound T-Posts and stretch fence wire in order to win up to $1000 from Tractor Supply Company.
Maybe you have a pasture that would be great for grazing, but needs to be fenced in. Perhaps you want an electric fence, but aren’t sure what’s best for your needs. Or maybe you just want to trade in barbed wire for a fence with fewer posts to maintain. In this episode of Tough GRIT, we’ll be dealing with fences and helping you with the know how and the tools to get your fencing done right — the first time — while we have two rural neighbors compete in a little friendly competition to win $1000 from Tractor Supply Company.
More Tough GRIT
We’re just getting started! Check out the full collection of Tough GRIT episodes covering a range of topics from splitting firewood to mending fences. Or mosey on over to Episode 25: “Hedging Your Bets.”
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- Fencing for Farmers
- Electric Fencing Basics
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