My property is not flat by any means. The front part probably has a mound that goes up about 10 feet at the highest point and kind of plateaus up there. for about 50 feet . The West property line after you come down from the slope is relatively smooth (less than 3 inch change) but there is a lot of little poplar and pines along the way plus an old brush pile with stumps and those little yellow jacket type wasps.. My south property line is 230' wide and is relatively smooth so its doable. Then my east property line has 2 pines (foot in diameter) about 75% on our side of the property but still has part on the land for sale next to us. Do we cut the tree down or move the fence around it? A few places it sudden dips so I would assume I need to fill in the area? Does the fence go on my side of the T Post or on the outside? The T Posts are right on the property line. Do we avoid fencing in the higher plateau area in the front part of the property? We dont use that part of the property at all at this time. It has some really tall red pines and then some brush. We could fence it in until we hit the ditch. Maybe I could take some pictures of it tomorrow. I got 20 T-Posts to start. I am going to get the T-posts all in first before buying the fencing. I need about 130 T-Posts I believe. We are going to run a cattle woven wire I do believe. Lowes has them for 127 for 330 feet rolls. Mostly I just want to keep our animals in if they escape, (ducks free range and i dont want them leaving the yard anymore) and run a line of wire for an electric charge as well. Or would you just use a few strands of hot wire around the yard and forget the woven wire? The dimensions of the yard is 395 deep 230 feet wide i believe. Maybe 3 strands of it. I would get the White tape/ribbon for sight reasons.