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Use a thin strip of scrap wood as a guide for marking the arc on the Side-Top Rails. Use a jigsaw to cut the arc (Image 1).
Position the Back/Side Stiles flush with the ends of the Side-Top Rails and Side Bottom Rails, and attach using glue and 2-1/2-inch pocket-hole screws (Image 2).
Cut the Side-Center Rails per the cut list and drill one pocket hole on each end. Check the thickness of the Side-Center Rails and adjust the pocket-hole jig as needed.
Position the Side-Center Rails as shown (34 1/2 inches from the bottom end), and attach using glue and 2-1/2-inch pocket hole screws.
Note: You will create six Side Panel Assemblies (Images 3 and 4).
On four of the six Side-Panel Assemblies, position the 48-inch-wide wire fencing centered across the width of the side panels and roughly 1/2 inch from the top end. Attach to the side panels using 3/4-inch poultry netting staples. Trim the fencing at the bottom end using wire cutters.
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