Plank fence | Article about plank fence by The Free Dictionary
A fence constructed of boards that are spaced horizontally and fastened to square lumber posts; widely used in the past, but now usually found only in upscale rural communities because of its relatively high cost.
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The wooden plank fence
all the way in the back was discreetly screened by lots of tall palm trees.
We use post and plank fence
along the driveway, stock panels to control breeding bucks in season, and chain link to protect our poultry and garden.
Replace the bison with horses and cattle, add plank fences
and elegant barns, and you convert an ancient habitat into modern farms.