This antiquarian volume contains a detailed guide to the designing and construction of fences to be used on a farm. Including simple instructions, detailed diagrams, information on tools and equipment, and everything else fundamental to the construction of fences, this text will prove invaluable to the farmer looking to erect their own fences and similar structures. It makes for a worthy addition to collections of agricultural and woodworking literature. The chapters of this volume include: 'The Subject-Matter of the Part', 'The Overlapping of Subjects Unavoidable', 'Utility of Hurdles of all Kinds', 'The Hurdle Pure and Simple', 'Preparation of Uprights to Receive Rails', 'Making of Holes for Rails', 'Setting up Hurdles', 'How to make a Beetle or Mallet', 'Other Uses for Hurdles', etcetera. We are proudly republishing this vintage book, now complete with a new introduction on woodworking.