Goat Fencing from Tornado Wire
Goats are very difficult to contain due to their propensity to climb and jump over barriers. They will also chew and rub on a fence line. Tornado’s Torus Fence provides a strong, secure barrier with small openings to reduce the chance of the goat getting its head stuck in the fence.
Points to consider
Torus goat fencing
The minimum height for a goat fence is 4ft due to their ability to jump. Goats will also climb so ensure nothing in the paddock is close enough to the fence to allow them to climb up and over.
Small openings of 4″ between the vertical wires are recommended to prevent goats getting their heads stuck in the fence.
Consider combining with a line of barbed wire along the top and bottom of the fence to prevent pressure from above or below.
Torus goat fence
- High-pressure bonded knot with continuous vertical stay wire
- Smooth knot with no sharp edges
- Stronger than a hinge joint knot
|Description||Roll length feet||Weight lbs||Wire dia||Suitable for|
|1348-4 Torus||330', 660'*||249, 500||12.5ga||Standard 4 foot goat fence with 4" x 4" apertures.|