Pallet Goat Feeder Plans

shipping pallet for goat feeder

Pallets are sometimes Free. ?Anytime you order something that’s heavy it has to be shipped freight. I always save the pallets for building something. I’ve been wanting to construct?a hay feeder for the animals and happen to get a pallet that would work perfect for one. ?It’s long enough to hold several small bales of hay so it should work out good. The first thing I did was remove the Continue reading Pallet Goat Feeder Plans

A Fast and Easy Temporary Electric Fence

So what makes a good temporary fence? A good temporary fence is?mobile and it shouldn’t take half a day to put up. It should be?well-respected by animals both the ones you’re containing and any predators. Step-In Posts Are Ideal for Mobility I use the step in posts and space them every ten or fifteen feet depending on the rope or wire your using. The posts are designed to hold rope Continue reading A Fast and Easy Temporary Electric Fence

Keeping Horses and Goats Together In the Same Pasture

horse and goats eating hay

Can You Keep Horses and Goats Together In the Same Pasture? The answer is yes. ?I’ve kept two horses in with 16 goats and two llamas. ?So, you can definitely keep horses and goats together. ?I even have miniature fainting goats in with them. ?In fact, if you have only one horse, that horse would rather be in with goats than by its self. ?They’re all herd animals by nature Continue reading Keeping Horses and Goats Together In the Same Pasture