I just got a new no climb fence! This area is shared with the horses. Although I may use eclectic fence to make two or three smaller areas. Then I could keep one area from getting over eaten. The horses have a three rail fenced dry lot which opens in to this "no climb area" The three rail part is not covered with the no climb so I have to add something to it to make it suitable for the goats. I am think electric. Here you can see looking into the three rail, from the no climb fenced area. My question is how may strands and where? Two below the bottom board and two between the next two boards. Or one in each spot or two in the middle and one on the bottom, or one in the middle and two on the bottom Here is April walking under the three rail- Chey walking up to it, Here is another problem area. The water in the spring flows under here. This is not the worst spot, there is a worse spot that is much longer. I am wondering if making a rock pile here will keep the goats in as well as allow the water to flow through? Thanks for you opinions in advance.