How deep should a fence post be for a pasture?

Answer The ground beneath the post determines the depth at which to set it. Line posts are typically set at 36 inches, gate and corner posts 48 inches deep. Set posts deeper in sand, in areas where frost ... Read More »

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How deep should a pasture fence post be?

Usually, line fence posts are set 36 inches deep. Posts that are in the corner or on gates are usually 25 percent bigger since they need to be stronger. These posts are usually set 48 inches deep.R... Read More »

How deep should a fence post be?

Fence posts should be at least 2 feet deep. To dig a fence post hole, use a posthole digger. Posthole diggers can be obtained from a home improvement store either to rent or purchase.Source:RenTrai... Read More »

How Deep Should a Fence Post Hole Be?

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How deep do you plant a line post for a chain link fence?

Chain link fence line post holes should be between 18 and 36 inches deep, depending on soil factors and frost level for the given area. A good rule of thumb is a post hole depth should be one-third... Read More »