How Much Feet of Fence Is Needed to Fence an Acre of Ground?

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The number of lineal feet it takes to fence an acre of ground depends on the dimensions of the property. An acre is 43,560 square feet, which can be laid out many ways. If it is 10 feet wide by 4356 feet long, it would take 8732 feet of fence.
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