Steps. Assess the status of the fence post. Dig a trench around the post using a shovel. Soak the remaining soil. Rock the post in place. Nail it. Tie it up. Create a lever to help extract the post. Attach the rope to the end of the board closest to the post.
I am doing some fencing and will have a bunch of old concrete and wood fence posts to remove. I do not own a tractor and do not want to hire .
Learn the fastest and easiest way to remove a fence post (and concrete footing) without digging or expensive tools.