Installing no dig fencing in rural areas is much easier than installing a fence in a metropolitan area or neighborhood. This is because the houses are much more separated; there is less concern for aesthetics and a greater concern for practicality. Fencing is usually installed in and around agricultural properties not only to keep livestock in, but also to keep predators out.
Before installing no dig fencing and posts, use stakes to make a bit of a dash or a hole in the ground, or even dig a way right down before inserting your message. After inserting the pole into the ground, hit it with a hammer or mallet until it is fixed. For something more robust, surround your post with concrete.
No dig fencing and post and are very common in rural areas and usually involve three horizontal lanes that extend from one post to another. Cut your rails from your fencing material and secure them to the posts. This can be done either by screwing them for the post or by cutting a hole in the pole passing through the lane. If you do this last, stagger the length of the lanes so that not all end at the same point at any time.