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If you have access to a tractor with a front end loader, you can wrap a chain around the post and lift up with the loader. They come out quickly and easily that way. You might be able to accomplish the same thing with the rear lift on a tractor using a boom poll or some other attachment. Good luck.
 

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farmergirl said:
If you don't have a tractor, you could also use the chain method described and instead hoist it up with a jack.
I had never thought of that!! Once you get a post loosened just a little, it comes out of the ground easily...unless you are in a low lying area with water in the hole. In that case "rotsa ruck".
 
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