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What would we do without bailing twine?

Hand-Knot a Hay Net for Your Horse Turn baling twine into a hay net in under 30 minutes.

#goatvet likes these instructions on How to Make a Hay Bag for your Horse or Pony - except I would replace the horse shoe with a goat motif

Bonus Photos from our August/September Issue. Two Lowcountry goats fill up on lunch. (Photo Imke Lass)

key hole feed system, great for keeping goats, sheep etc from fighting at the feeder.

Making a hay net out of bailing twine.

#goatvet likes the step by step illustrated instructions to make these contamination proof hay feeders by Clear Creek Farms

Tightwads Goat Hay Rack- #goatvet says this is OK but risks goats eating hay pulled out and on the ground

#goatvet found this Hanging Hay Feeder (you can buy plan for few $ from Henry Milker site). Haven't used myself but would love to hear from anyone who has.

#goatvet likes this solar goat barn and cheese house #provisionsfarms really loves the look of this milk barn and cheese house. beautiful

This would be a good idea for the paddocks so you can better keep their hay from getting eaten off the mud and also don't have to spend a ton of time on hay nets! Although, these should be a bit bigger.

There's nothing at a barn that can't be fixed with bailing twine and duct tape. Like pants. Or a breast collar. Or a tractor part.