Someone reccomended to me that if I can't afford to fence in our entire acre, that I create a space for goats that could easily be moved around depending on the rate that they deplete the natural resources. Specifically, temporary electric netting was suggested because it's easy to move around. My kinda silly question, being new to all of this, is how would I get into an enclosure like that? I'm imagining creating this goat space and surround, but do I then need to buy and move around some kind of gate? I'm looking at products like this: http://www.premier1supplies.com/fencing.php?mode=detail&fence_id=85 In looking at the list of everything you'd need to set up something like that though, it doesn't necessarily seem all that cost effective, when you factor in a battery system, needing batteries constantly, etc... What kind of fencing systems do you all reccomend? I've mentioned in another thread being curious about an invisible electric fence with collars. I could create a more permanent space on the land, hopefully, without electric fencing, but what happens when goats forage all the greenery? I don't mean feed wise, as I plan on supplementing with hay/possibly grain, but will 2 goats running around on 1/4-1/2 an acre just ruin the land? I'm asking this anticipating a potential landlady question... Thanks so much!