I think just about everything that COULD go wrong tonight did. I walked out and saw the milkers out running around in a pen they shouldnt be in. So I looked and Yep ..... my horse had rubbed his big butt against the wire on their barn and knocked in so why not step over it? So he went in and scared all 4 goats OUT. Then he couldn't figure out how to get back out so just pooped and ate their hay. So I get him out TRY to fix the wire which didn't want to straighten and get the girls back in and decided to hang up the gates I had taken off which I had forgotten how HEAVY they were. So I couldn't hardly get them hung and my 2 little alpine does that keep getting out were RIGHT THERE in the way the WHOLE time. So went to get one out of the way AGAIN and the gate fell over onto my 5 YO DD and keep in mind these are VERY HEAVY steel gates made from large bus exhaust pipes welded together. A guy made them. So she was screaming and I checked for broken bones and she was ok. Needless to say I was ready to hang 2 goats. So I decide to just forget about hanging the gates and proceed to milk and milked out one and put her milk in my wagon and was milking another and those two goats had TIPPED OVER MY BOWL OF MILK!!! It dumped half of it as I had a lid on it fortunately but UGH! And the milk goat got in and was trying to eat my layers feed and bent their gate on the way out and I was just so frazzled I was wondering why I even put up with this! But then those annoying goats were so sweet to me and loving I got over it real quick but there for a short time I was ready to see how goat meat really tasted! LOL!!!