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Stake hole punch is shorter/ lighter and cheaper. Hammer punch is larger/ heavier/ more expensive, but doesnt take as much manual labor to put a hole in the ground for goose silo's. I like easier, but price and weight/size are downfalls. Please help me decide. I live in Illinois, if that helps?
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Get both, hole punch is quick will work early, days of single temps and its the slide punch. Never really had to use the slide punch except for a few places where there was no crop cover on the dirt.
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I use neither, I have a battery driven drill and simply and quickly drill the holes, no need to worry about frozen ground
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Make a stake step like this. Get some flat stock, weld on the two horizontal pieces and you're done. A hole that is closer in size and shape then a drill bit, and easier than hitting a stake with a hammer.
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