Speaker: Or put in fencing material, and they'd go fencing. The auger for boring the post-holes, the s-- wire, a stretch of the wire itself. The hammers and everything-like-that. Interviewer: Mm-hm. Mm-hm. What ah, what kind of wire fences would these be that you're thinking of? Speaker: Ah well there was the ah barbed-wire fences, we had an ah- an- all the- of the ah- our farm was a corner lot that was roads on both sides, and we had wire fencing and on the left, but then um ah the other was split um poles, and they called it railed-fence. Some of them were log fences, too.
|(Presumably): A rail fence; i.e., a fence made of upright posts and horizontal rails, usually of wood.|