Tyler Ludens wrote:You might be able to fasten boards to the trees with screws or nails and then staple the wire to the boards.
Josephine Howland wrote:I have a similar situation where the majority of my property is forest. I don't need or care to fence in the entire property. But our newer neighbors have their property entirely fenced in for their animals. Their property doesn't go back as far as ours, so we're only talking about maybe 500 feet. There is forest between us, but their dogs bark, for hours! We can't step out on to our front steps without them barking. Gardening, getting in or out of our vehicles, sitting to enjoy a glass of ice tea...they bark and bark and bark some more. Big dogs, loud barkers. Our dogs look towards them, and shake their head like they think their dogs are just demented. So I want to put up another fence (maybe like the wire fence shown in some photos, weaving it through the woods, but I need to have it be a sound barrier more than a physical barrier. What can I add to the fence as a sound barrier? I know they claim that their dogs are livestock guardians. But the dogs sleep in the house, so they're really not guardians. Seriously in the summer when out windows are open, If you get up to pee in the night, they can hear you inside their house and they will bark at 2 in the morning. Frustration level is high. Any noise barrier ideas? Thank you.