Installing the welded wire fence panel on a slope is quite different from on a flat place. You can not bend the fence panel as you generally do to the woven fence panel because it is quite firm. On the contrary, you have to cut the fencing panel into lengths that fit the posts to conform to the slope. With the following steps, you may find this process easier.
Choose the two end posts at proper places and mark them with stakes. Tie a string between them to help you make your fence straight.
Dig post holes every 7 to 8 feet with an auger or a shovel. You could also use a tape measure to help you dig holes with the same depth. If you are at the high-latitude areas, You’d better dig holes below the frost line so that your posts are still firm even when Spring comes and the frozen soil begins to melt.
Set a post into a hole and put a shoveful of prepared concrete into the hole to fix the post. Be attention to make the post straight. Fix the other posts with the same manner. Leave the posts aside for at least 24 hours to let the concrete dry completely before proceeding.
Cut a piece of welded wire from the roll. The wire should be long enough to fit between two posts. Hold the fencing against the posts and attach it into the proper place with binding wire. Repeat this process until the whole property is enclosed with welded wire fence panels.