I prefer to start with the top, that way I don't have to fight the new strand over the lower strands. It seems the barbs always get tangled and when stretching it you have to keep going back down the line to untangle before you can put more strain on the one your working with. A word of caution-If you are ina severely cold prone area, don't stretch the wire too tight. In the desert we stretched it till it rang a High-C, if you do that in cold areas the wire can snap from the contraction due to the cold.
> Hi,I'm in need of advice on barb
> wire fencing. Some say to stretch
> and nail the bottom wire first,
> others say to start at the top
> wire, Who's correct? Thanks in