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Goats cannot walk alongside chainlink without leaning into it.
They make it bulge and bend.
Make sure the bottom is secure, that's where they tear it up.
5' to 6' shou;ld be high enough, what breed of goats - fencing for Nigerians is different than fencing for Boers.
An inside the fence hot wire can help keep the goats off the fence.
 

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Goats cannot walk alongside chainlink without leaning into it.
They make it bulge and bend.
Make sure the bottom is secure, that's where they tear it up.
5' to 6' shou;ld be high enough, what breed of goats - fencing for Nigerians is different than fencing for Boers.
An inside the fence hot wire can help keep the goats off the fence.
It will be for Kinder goats.
 

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I have chain link in a section of my pasture. It holds up really well for my goats! Make sure you put your posts on the outside of the fence. That will help support the fence when they rub on it. Learned that the hard way. 😅
 
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