There is a specific business forum on HT.
LOL, I actually was about to ask a goat question - but being new here, I'm getting the sense I'm missing a joke.Maybe we should ask what they have that is GUARANTEED to contain goats.
If you're near a coast and a fishing fleet, discarded trawling nets can be hung in the trees and staked to the ground. You can make the height whatever you want ... 20', 30'.Great stuff, thanks all!
I've got lots of reading to do and really appreciate the guidance.
I've always had bad luck when it comes to setting up fence posts. Usually it takes multiple attempts for me to get it right because either they lean over or I manage to not line them up properly.View attachment 120771
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AUGH!Goats will hang themselves in that.
Goats will hang themselves in that.
You don't have to use the same fencing for deer and goats. Nets can be used to extend the height of the goat fence.AUGH!
Good point! Thanks, @Alice In TX/MO !