Originally Posted by trob1
I prefer the combo panel as they have small spaces down low and then up high it is like the cattle panel. They are 52" tall. I also have the goat panels with the 4" squares and are 48" tall and I dont think they are as strong and need more t-post than the combo panel. What size goats do you have? Do they have horns? That will help know what is better for you.
You asked what size goats do you have? We have Nubians, LaMancha, Nigerian Dwarf , and Pygmy goats. We want something strong enough to hold the Bucks we will be getting next year. The bucks will be Nubian, LaMancha and Nigerian Dwarf..
We want to fix one pen only for babies but need to know what is the best panels for them so while they are in their baby goat pens we don't have to worry about dogs getting to them.
For our Bucks we want panels that will hold them..
You asked did our goats have horns? Nope sure don't all my goats are hornless due to one we have a child and don't want to our child to get hurt. Next other reason no horns because of getting caught up in fencing..
I had farther up in one of my post what type of goats we will be getting this spring..You must missed it somehow.
We right now have in our big yard field fencing with T post.. So with the panels we want the toughest ones to hold bucks.. We have heard stories of bucks getting out and not staying in. On our post we will be using T-Post.
So maybe that give you more information..
Thanks for all the help..