Hi, I got home from work today, to find the 2 goats with their chains tangled with each other. On closer inspection, I found the chain from 1 goat was wrapped extremely tightly around the throat of the other one. It was still breathing and conscious, but its bleating didn't sound normal, so I imagine it was pressing on his voice box. It was also frothing a little bit at the nose. I untangled them, and the one that was being strangled seems ok, but a little bit timid. I'm not sure how long they were like that before I came home, however I am going to keep an eye on them as much as I can over the next few days to see that they are ok. How did it happen you may ask? Well the goats are used to mow the sides of our long driveway. We have a metal stake hammered into the ground, with a wire running off each side of it to each of the goat houses. There is then a piece of hose on the wire at the metal stake end, to stop the goats getting too close to the stake and getting tangled. One of the goats had pulled so hard on his wire at some point that it had tipped the house over towards the metal stake, therefore putting a lot of slack on the wire. He then had enough length to reach the other goat and wrap around him. I have now attached each wire to a separate metal stake, and even put a stake in against the goat house in question, so as it can't move. The other goat house weighs approx 100kg, so isn't going anywhere. Is there anything I need to watch out for and to check them for?