Friday, 7 June 2013


The first true fences were probably a stopper to animals. For protection, primitive people probably used piles of rocks or logs to protect their possessions and families from other groups. The first mortars were dried mud or earth. Even at this premature time, fence construction must have turn out to be a skill to be educated and passed from generation to generation.

Early tribes were monad hunters who traveled from place to place. Fences did not have to be any more than impermanent. As occasion conceded, people cultured to cultivate crops and domesticate animals, at this tip, they desired more enduring customs to spot off their fields and corral their domestic animals.