Well long story short... A older guy died and he had a LOT of uncared for goats, sheep, ducks, etc etc. The rest of the family was too old and turned the animals over to animal control Since my wife is a vet and we have goats, the AC officer said we could have "first pick" if we found some more good homes for the rest of them. I called a few people and ....We picked out a momma goat and a baby and a young black and white doe boar cross. (the rounding up of these animals in a giant pen with holes in the fence could have been an hours worth of Americas funniest home videos but that is another story) Anyway... we got home and I put out 3 new goats in the "winter pen" till we could have a good look at them and make sure we did not get any cross contamination. In the morning I came out and these goats are BUCK WILD both the Momma goat and the smaller goat are relentlessly testing the fence, running around in fear of us. Almost like they were feral. While I was checking the food and water the smaller black and white one scaled the farm gate and got out the top bar where the space is bigger. I put goat fence over the gate so THAT is fixed but I have a crazy young goat running around. Ideas on catching him? Since there is woods and tons of browse everywhere? I do not think he is too food motivated. I have put some sweet feed out to see if he takes any but unsure how to "trap" him. Anyone?