Three years ago, we put up a small enclosure for two goats. We used the wood 4" poles and 6' anchor/chain link fencing to keep the goats in, and predators out. The poles are $4.50 each, and the anchor fence is $75.00/roll of 50 feet. We put poles every 5 feet. Kinda expensive. But, so far it's worked wonderful. It looks like alcatraz but I know they are safe. Well, we've since expanded our goat operation and want to enclose a part of our pasture so it's "predator proof"-if such a monster exists. We do not have an LGD, and don't want to go that route (we don't have a lot of predators in my area, but we did have a wild coyote hanging around at one point, and neighbors dogs try to bother the horses once in a while). The area is about 1 1/2 to 2 acres. The existing fencing is falling apart as it is about 35 years old. Besides, the stock fence would not hold up to the abuse goats can dole out. We were thinking of putting up the chainlink fence around this area, but it would be expensive. We are just a small hobby farm. One part of the pasture is on the edge of woods, and kinda muddy year round because of a stream. The other side is at the top of a hill, and is very, very rocky. I was hoping for some feedback on the fencing ya'll are using, and where I might get it. I am looking for fencing to last many, many years, so I want quality that will hold up to goat abuse, preferably not too expensive. Thanks for any suggestions you may have. Ellie p.s. I've looked on the internet but am not coming up with much-perhaps it's my search words as I don't know what to call the fencing.