- Dec 12, 2006
- West Bell County, Texas
- Mahindra 4500 4WD w/FEL, and Scotts S2048 lawn tractor
Two things you will be dealing with: Horses getting their hooves caught in the fence, as stated before; and, goats that love to rub on the fences. The rubbing pushes your fence out and subsequently down. If it was mine to deal with I would go with the Stay-Tuff horse fence Shop 48" x 2' High-Tensile Horse Fence at McCoy's and two runs of electric wire. One run across the top to keep the horses off of it and the second run right at goat shoulder height to keep the goats off. That Stay-Tuff fence is the best, but it is hard to work with. That high tensile is just that, it does not bend and wrap very easily at all. Good luck and let us know what you decide to do.