How do you take that step to turn your goats out? This is my situation....I have three goats. One doe, who is 11/2 yrs old and her whether, who is 4 mos and a doeling who is 4 mos old. Doe (Sasha) is just getting used to me. She will sort of walk on a lead...once you catch her! The doeling (Bella) will walk on a lead. The whether will not. I would like to turn them out into the yard to graze, but I am nervous about it. I do not want to have them jumping the fence into the neighbors yard or get out to the street. if they all get loose, how will I ever get them back? Now, they love thier grain treat in the evenings and I figured that grain is a great incentive to come back to the pen. IF I can get a lead on Sasha, then the babies will follow her. I could stake Sasha out, keeping an eye on her while she is staked out. I thot I would use a lunge line to begin with as I do not have a chain. Any ideas or suggestions? My yard is fenced, but the fence is low enough to where they could jump it if they really wanted to.