Last year I bought some electric netted fencing from Premier Fencing. I had a crappy charger and the goats just went through it with no problem; well, I figgered it all out, got a big zapper and voila, yesterday finally had it all hooked up and let the goats out. First thing two babies did was try to stick their heads through-OWWWWW!!!!!!!! But instead of pulling back, they panicked and shoved through harder, screaming and flipping and completely out of their mind. I raced to the switch, turned it off, unwrapped babies, etc. then started over. Everyone got a lot smarter the second time around, but I am really afraid now to let them out to graze the berries and tall grass while I'm gone. Any info out there? If I have to let them out only when I'm home, that's fine (and pretty much what I'm deciding to do now anyway) but has anyone out there had goats get wary enough that they don't get tangled, or trapped? I'd love any advice from "net users" out there. I love the stuff otherwise.