In this tutorial you will learn the basic steps involved for building a 6 foot privacy fence out of cedar wood. I attached a 2×8 board to the post using 4 leg bolts. Next, I used a high lift to slowly jack the post up and out of the ground. . You'll want to dig the holes about 2 1 2 to 3 feet deep for a 6 foot tall fence. You'll find posts
A ranch-style wood fence (also called split rail or post and rail) with two to four rails typically costs $3-$9 a linear foot for just the materials; it can be about for a basic 6' tall solid wood privacy fence of treated pine or cedar and with no fancy patterns or ornamentation typically cost $7-$15 a foot, or $800-$1,800 for 100' and
White-tailed deer can jump almost eight feet high, so effective upright fences against them should be this high. So a fence may not be as high, perhaps six feet, but slanted outward. The deer will try Out of sight, out of mind, applies to deer with solid wooden fences, or ones with overlapping slats they can't see through.
Steel fence posts are by far the more sturdy option in comparison to wooden fence posts however, they require a lot more effort to put up. Timber posts on For a six-foot high fence, you will need eight-foot long posts if you are to set posts in concrete, as the posts will need to be buried at least two feet deep.