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Fall Fence Forum 2020
If you plan to attend our 2020 Fall Fence Forum, please select one of the options above.
Each team wishing to compete in the Shootout will need to purchase a $250 entry fee. This will cover the entry for both participants. Please see the competition rules below.
Each person wishing to attend as a spectator will need to purchase a $100 entry fee. All persons wishing to attend as a spectator must be registered by Sunday, September 20th.
If you wish to attend the First Aid lecture and CPR certification, you will need to purchase the $30 cover fee, in addition to your Forum entry, to cover the cost of materials for certification.
Dates for the event are October 1st-3rd, and will be located at Farm Fence Solutions, 9267 N 825W Worthington, IN 47471. All Entry fees include meals for all 3 days, T-shirt, and goody bag.
Additional information can be found here: https://www.farmfencesolutions.com/2020-fall-fence-forum/
We look forward to seeing you there!
Timber posts will be supplied by American Timber and Steel. Strainers will be 8"x10' and a total of 5 will be allowed. Struts/brace posts will be 6"x12' with a total of 3 allowed. Line posts will be 5"x8' and no more than 12' on center. There will be one 4"x6'x12' dimensional post in each material pack as a wildcard to do with what you want. The wire will be 1348 Tornado Titan Fixed Knot, with a plain wire below and a Titan barbed above. Staples will be provided by STOCKade, and if you do not have a STOCKade gun of your own, one will be provided for you. This will be one stretch of fence, with one 15 degree direction change. Maximum of two person teams, with one piece of equipment (a skid steer with multiple attachments is fine), and one truck or UTV will be allowed on the course at any given time. Posts can be driven or dug in. The UTV or truck must stay at the end of the fence line, and is not to move until the time limit has expired. The terrain will be flat and level. The details with regard to depth of posts, height of wire, and so on, will be released one week before the day of competition. Entry fee of $250 per team, and entries are due no later than midnight on September 10th, 2020. Competition prelims will be held after lunch on Thursday, Oct.1, and finals will be held after lunch on Saturday, Oct.3.