Hi! My name is Brequelle, and my goat fascination began when my son developed milk/soy protien intollerance. He is over a year and the doctor is pushing to take him off of his formula and try alternative milks. Since his intollerance isn't severe I'm hoping he will be able to tollerate goats milk, and am actually going to talk to my neighbors today to see if I can buy some to try out on him Any ways if it works out, my dream is to have my own dairy goat. About 3 years ago we bought our house and land from a nice amish family, along with it came barns, stables, fencing, and much more. I believe they only had cows and horses on their farm but I am hoping were are somewhere close to being able to house a goat or two. I am going to warn you that we haven't done much with it, the stables and barns have become big storage areas for us and we haven't so muched as even finished cleaning up after the animals that used to live in them. I figure its all composted by now, and actually lucked out and found their old manure compost pile and now have a lovely fruitful garden! again, anyways haha SO here are a ton of pictures of the property and you tell me what I can do with it! The field we would prefer they graze in The barbed wire fencing... It is about 4 feet high with 4 strands, the 4th is close to the ground hidden by the grass. If I tightened it up and added 2 more strands, and evenly spaced them would it be alright? Right now there about 12 inches apart. How close should the spacing be? This is a building out next to the field. I'm not even sure of it's purpous. Excuse the milking tank. We hung it there after the barn it was originally in burned down last year. We're trying to find a seller for it, as we have no use. If I cleaned it out and had it inside the fencing for the field, would it be a good escape from the rain and sun during the summer for the goat? This is one of the stables I could keep them in. I'm not sure if they could fit under the door though and how to fix that... THanks for looking and for any advice! Again don't mind the messy barns, I know they will all have to be very well cleaned up and goat proofed. I'm really hoping I'm somewhere close to having one!