Hello everyone, I am planning on getting two bucks in the short- to medium-term and am getting a 48’x48’ area ready to fence. I would like to solicit constructive criticism/feedback on my fencing ideas. A bit of background: The two bucks will be Nigerian Dwarf bucks, so that my two Nigerian Dwarf does can go on dates next spring. The reasoning for getting two bucks (instead of a buck and a wether) is because my two does are related, so I wanted each doe to have a completely unrelated buck. That way any progeny I keep could (in theory) be bred back if that looks to be a good idea. The components of the fencing are as follows: 4” x 4” goat and sheep fencing Electric wire, held in place at an internal offset of 5” 2x6 boards 4/5” wooden fence posts The general design of the fence, looking at the fence from the perspective of the buck, would be electric wire closest to the goat, followed by the goat and sheep fencing, followed by the 2x6 boards. The electric wire would be closer to the bucks by 5” in the hopes that this may discourage attempts to climb - tougher to get a foothold that way. It ends up being a complicated fencing sandwich that will hopefully prevent their escape. It is more difficult to understand when written but easier when visualized, so I will attach my drawing. I was planning on using a standard cattle gate, but am not married to that idea. Is 48’x48’ enough for two ND bucks? I have more area available, but was hoping to build a few more paddocks like this one to rotate into. I will of course be putting in shelter from the elements and feed/water capabilities within them, but those are much more straightforward.