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Use 9 foot fence, and then have a big ladder to pull the deer down from the top. And, prepare to can venison for the winter?
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Rename the red things "deer bait" and can venison instead?
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Are you on drugs?
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Reinforcement wire with a split old garden hose around the top ring for a cushion. Let the vines double over the cage. 5ft up + 5ft down = 10ft of tomato vine. If they get longer than that you're using way to much fertilizer.
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