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Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
Originally posted by Tim MACHA
I imagine most of the fences are barb wire. It's the woven wire that stops a lot of dogs. I think you will be all right.
Both but the ones down here don't have a problem getting through my young pups do fine but some northern dogs that are just hunted on crop ground where there are no fences occassionaly have a problem. Just giving a heads up. On the plus side no gators, porcupines, fishers and plenty of good hunting. Lots of big hardwood timber, some crop land, river bottoms pecan groves and lots of little creeks. Most of the fences are on private farms and have been crossed fenced off mostly barbwire but some woven wire or hog wire as we call it.
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