gOAT FENCING

Everyone who raises goats knows the constant battle between the goat and the fence. The grass is always green on the other side, right? After over 12 years of raising goats we are finally starting to know what we are doing.

Barbed wire

Everyone who raises goats knows that a barbed wire fence is not going to keep them contained. But that is no reason to replace your existing barbed wire fence with goat fence. An easy solution is to take woven wire and tack it up to the barbed wire. We use hog nose rings to attach the woven fence to the barbed wire fence. It take my daughter less than 1/2 an hour to put up a 50 foot stretch.

Goat Fence

If you are looking to put up a permanent fence that the goats are not going to escape from easily, goat fence is the way to go. This fence is more expensive but should last a long time. We get our goat fence from Tractor Supply Store.

Temporary Electric Netting

Ever since we have gotten our first roll of this netting we can't get enough. The best part of this fence is that it actually keeps the goats in! This fence is a lifesaver when it comes time to release the goats onto pasture. We don't need to stress about getting a permanent fence completed, instead we just put this fence up. In the spring we fence off our yard and allow the goats to eat our grass. The fence also keeps in our sheep, cows, horses, and donkeys.

Contact

Dave Lynn

BRIGHTON, IOWA​

david@timbersidefarms.com