Well, we did it. We are on a waiting list to get a Pygmy buckling for our girls in the spring to breed next year. He will have horns. I'm hoping by then my ladies will be living in the ex-chicken barn (the chickens will be moving into a moveable chicken house over the summer, and I can temporarily house my buckling until then since it will be warm out). When the ladies move into the new goat barn, the old (and actually new LOL) 6x6 goat shed will become unoccupied. It's insulated with a 30x30 buck fence (LOLS) that looks like this, excuse my dirty palomino mare in the foreground..: just it's made out of cedar posts/rails with the bark still on them with 6 lines of hotwire on the inside, between the rails and one on top of the fence. It has a chainlink gate, and the like. I can put a wire fence on the outside surrounding it with tposts but for the most part this fence although floating is pretty heavy and we won't be able to move it. Would this set up be adequate? My buck will be housed across and down the driveway about 40 feet from the does, and he may be able to see them depending (Or not lol... Their run will be behind their building like his is, and kind of behind a small hill). The goat pasture is actually just off his run/pen. Would anything I've listed be a potential isSUE?