We have an 80 acre farm. Cows are run on the largest portion, and have been for years. Coyotes have never been a problem there, except calves...even then very seldom. Now we have goats, 5 to be exact. We have been hearing tons of coyote calls at night, that seem very close. I'm trying to figure out the best way to keep them away from the goats. We haven't had any issues, but I'm scared that it's only a matter of time. The goats are in a large three sided building that we used to keep grain trucks in. The entire front of the building is closed with tube gates, and then there are two tube gate pens we've made inside the building. How much of a deterrent are tube gates to coyotes? Is there anything else I can do to keep them safe?