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Top 12: Premier 1 goat supplies

January 13, 2022

If you raise sheep and goats you know how hard it can be to find livestock equipment that works for these smaller four-legged farm animals. Just recently I was trying to find a larger stock tank that was only a foot high. I could only find one manufacture and they were out! How could there be ONLY one option?!

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Perimeter fence for goats

October 26, 2021

As we got started raising goats it was important for us to have a fencing set up for our goats that was secure (as it can get for goats) so we don’t have to be always monitoring it’s effectiveness. We have a lot going on in our lives outside of the “farming” part of the farm.

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Using electronet fencing with goats

October 4, 2021

When we graze outside of our permanent pastures, it’s important we have a fence system we trust. That’s why we use electronet in our woods, fields and other areas that do not have existing fence. – Leslie Svacina, farmer, Cylon Rolling Acres The netted fence gives me piece of mind when rotationally grazing our goats […]

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Pasture fencing for goats

August 6, 2019

There’s a popular saying, if a fence can’t hold water, it can’t hold a goat. While it’s true that goats are more challenging to fence as compared to other livestock, it isn’t as big of an issue as what some might think. However, the right type fence, energizer and training is important. It is often one of the most common barriers for raising goats – having the right fencing.

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