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my husband and I were taking a ride in the country and saw someone had a huge pile of old picket fencing on a burn pile. We stopped and asked if we could have it . Needless to say we took the Harley home and got my truck, lol. I am going to use most of it on my garden fence but we have So much that I will have enough to make a cemetery fence. My question is how do you install it so that its sturdy without making it permanent? My first thought is using cattle post and pound them in the ground and secure the fence but my husband does not like that idea. Any thoughts?
 

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are they sections of fence?

I use two short pieces of the green fence posts from Lowes for each section then I secure the fence to the post with small bungees...quick and easy setup and tear-down.
 

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Just stake each section with whatever. Rebar, wood stakes, pvc, tomato stakes. As long as it's behind the panels no one will notice and since it's only there for a month it does not have to be super strong, just strong enough to be secure.
exactly this! ^^^^ :) works great
 

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You are all so smart, I knew I would get great options here. I think the rebar might be a good idea. Thanks
 
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