you just start to bleed but some times you nd stitches
wind on a farm barbwire fence...(perhaps dust is instrumental)can actually build up a big charge
In Wrestling, Barbwire Matches are Matches when the ropes aren't regular ropes, they are barbwire. Its a sick match. In Wrestling, Barbwire Matches are Matches when the ropes aren't regular ropes, they are barbwire. Its a sick match.
No there is not. But if a cop asks you why you do, just say that you want to protect your property and no trespassers!
That depends on your local municipal or county rules and regulations. In my area it must be 12 ft from the edge of the roadway, but I know it differs in some areas.
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Barbwire keeps cows, horses, and sheep on one side of a fence and crops on the other. Before barbwire, keeping animals and crops separate required solid wooden fences, stone walls, or hedgerows. It made it easier to keep the cows out of the corn. The cows could be kept in the pasture. Horses or mules are far better for pulling plows than oxen, but are more difficult to confine. Barbwire fences would confine horses and mules in pastures. Horses and mules replaced oxen for plowing. A farmer could plow far more land in a day.