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'hidden fence' work for goats ?

 
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http://www.petsmart.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17017346&f=PAD%2FpsNotAvailInUS%2FNo

maybe not this exact one but something similar
Maybe need less power and maybe easyier to set up and or move

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not sure. it seems that goats need a visiable barrier. maybe is you would pair it with some sort of wired fence or fence tape. I have seen my goats try and run right through my electric fencing. they got stuck and made a big mess but they are crazy animals.
 
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One of members tried it. Check out this thread - Goats and Hidden Fence
 
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Thanks for that link

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