Well, we decided to put our buck in his pen and start getting him used to it, especially since he escaped from the main pen 2x yesterday! Once he went through an opening to get into the woods <where the weeds are still green>, and the second time we think he went over the fence as the fence was bent. My husband did fix the fence. We can't have him getting out, and I feel bad cause I know he doesn't mean any harm, he just wants to eat the good stuff. We do give them turnout in the woods every day, so it's not like he doesn't get any... In his pen on the outsides we have regular field wire fencing, he can climb on this. But on the inside seperating him from the rest of the big pen, is the smaller gage fencing, so he can't really get his feet on it to climb. We want to put wire across the top of the field fencing to keep him from climbing. He's a boer buck, always has a thick coat, so we were thinking a little bit of barbed wire, and run a few strands so he can't get his head under it and get caught, nor above it. Any other ideas that could work better? We would do wood planks, but just don't have the extra $$ for that right now, we have too many other projects we need to get done.