Think of the fencing between each pair of posts like a picture to be framed. Along the top, fence fasteners (zip-ties or hog-ring staples) attach it to the top support wire or top rail. Plan on applying one zip-lock tie or hog ring staple per foot, and use nylon rather than stainless steel zip-lock ties to attach the fencing to a top support wire, because unlike the nylon ties the stainless steel ties do not close completely.

At the sides, use zip-lock ties as your fence fasteners for attaching the fencing to your posts. Here it is preferable to use black stainless steel zip-lock ties rather than nylon ones because the black stainless ties will last the life of the fence (20+ years) as compared to 5 or 6 years for the nylon ties.

Finally, regarding fence fasteners for the bottom, secure the fencing to the ground with foot-long galvanized ground stakes, inserting one stale every two or three feet. These stakes have a kink halfway down to help them hold the ground and a hook at the top to grasp the bottom of the fence.

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An end is a place where the fence butts up against a building, wall, or another fence.