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Step 4: Keeping the Wildlife at Bay

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It didn't take long for my dogs to find my garden interesting and start digging for treasures.
I used what I could find to make a fence, which included; some bent/ broken tomato cages that my dad used a season or two ago, some thin bamboo stakes also from my dads garden, a piece of chicken wire type stuff once again jacked from my dad, and some salvaged sign legs (see pic).

Just do what you can with what you have.
I used a combo of old tomato cages and salvaged sign legs to support the tomato plants my mom gave me. I also bent any metal from the cages and sign legs toward the forest to keep eyes and what-not safe.
 
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