The most simple way to remove fence posts stuck in the ground is to dig around the post, taking out the pressure of the ground around it. Good luck to you!
A post Pounder can in fact drive posts through solid ground. It would work great for putting a fence into your property even if the ground is frozen solid.
The goal posts @ Collegiate and Professional levels are 18'6" (eighteen feet & six inches) apart, supended by a crossbar which is 10' (ten feet) off the ground. The uprights (the two posts) extend 30' (thirty feet) into the air, making for a total height of the goal posts of 40' (forty feet) off the ground in total.
Rugby field dimensions include the posts - 5.6 metres wide. The top edge of the cross bar is 3.0 metres from the ground. The minimum height of the posts is 3.4 metres.
A pier refers to the 'posts' or 'towers' that support the bridge and go down to the ground.
Laws state the posts shall be no less than 3.4 meters from ground level and the cross bar shall be 3 meters from the ground. How ever the nights of each upright are usually well above 3.4 meters
The posts are 6.5m apart, with a height of not less than 7m above ground level. A cross bar is fixed to the goal posts at a height of 2.5m.
We don't know, unless someone posts enough.We think it is around 24,000 posts, but we can not be sure.
To score a rugby try a player must place the ball on the ground on or over the try line. Or on the ground immediately adjacent to the goal posts.
The strong or strongest part of a fence line are its posts. Posts are generally placed partly into the ground for permanent fencing. Posts provide structure for the entire fence, whether using slats or chain-link in between the posts. Even wood panels used instead of slats are typically weaker than the posts they are attached to in the fence line.