Funny problem here. My herdqueen, Bonne, will run the younger goats out of the barn. Sinatra, the oldest, bighest wether will see all of the younger ones running and spook. When Sinatra spooks, Bonne spooks and all of the goats are running real fast away from the barn. When the goats decide to go back to the barn, no door open 24 hours, they sneak back slowly across the yard with Sinatra in the lead. They move ahead about five or ten feet at a time, stopping for a minute or two at each advance, until Sinatra gets in the barn. If anything happens, like dog or cat run across yard, they all run away from the barn again. They will wait a couple of minutes and start the procedure over again. When they do finally make it to the barn, hurry get water, hit minerals or eat some hay, before Bonne runs them all out again. This is very entertaining though I would rather she wouldn't chase them out. Any ideas?