From time to time fences must be moved or removed, which means t-posts must be too. Such was recently the case when we took down the temporary fence to the new pasture, which served to protect the seeds and new growth from chickens and goats. One can either try to muscle those posts out, or use a post puller. It turned out to be very easy. Position it....
|Position the thingamagiggy under the thingamabog. Sheesh, I don't|
know the right terms, but a picture is worth a thousand words anyway.
The slip hook can be used with a chain to pull corner posts or stumps.
And push down the lever.
|Alphie assistance optional.|
The post comes right out of the ground. Best of all, it's still straight which means we can use it again. A piece of proverbial cake.
How Many Bent T-Posts Does It Take.... © April 2013