3,734 feet of fencing.
YOU WILL NEED 20 TONS OF FENCING THAT'S ABOUT IN A CUBED AREA 10 MILES OF FENCING
for two and a half acress / five horses
Depends on the shape of the area (see the answer to the same question relating to 2 acres). If the area was an infinitely thin strip, the length of fencing would be infinite. For a circular area, the least amount of fencing would be needed.
60 acres = 2,613,600ft²
Just a couple of lessons and you should be able to fence in 25 acres.... it depends on your opponent... some fencing experts will require a lot of space to weild their sword
Depends on the cost per acre!
For a three-acre square-shaped lot, you'd need a minimum of about 1,446 feet of fencing.
The weight of fencing varies. It depends on how much there is of the fencing and what material it is made out of.
If the area is a square then a minimum of 1,104.4 feet of fencing would be needed.