Securing an unstable dry stone wall?
Hello, There is a wobbly dry stone wall at the end of my garden, young cows on one side and my toddler on the other. I need to secure it but for as cheaply as possible because I don't really feel it's my responsibility but even if I did convince the owner to do something it would unlikely stop the risk of stones falling my way. I was thinking of sticking 5cm posts into the ground at very frequent intervals, maybe every foot or so, and then putting a couple of cross bars and perhaps some wire mesh. Then cover with trellis to hide as best as possible. Do you think this would be sufficient? Maybe I could minimise it even more? It did occur to me to just cover the whole wall in mesh and secure it to the ground, would that be cheaper and equally as effective? Would the cows still be able to level it if they thought the grass was greener on my side? Thanks