Jun 7, 2011 Karen Biondo of La biondo Farm and Kitchen, on Vashon Island in Washington state, shows off her fence made of pallets. After getting this bit of video, she showed me another pallet fence that wasn't doing so well - it used a zigzag design - but apparently could not stand up well to
Who said pallet fencing could only be for gardens or yards? It could also be used to protect your pigs or goats from the animals outside, and wooden pallets are the best materials to build one, as commercial fencing would be too much to just keep your swine or
Feb 25, 2015 After Sam and Pokey discovered the feeder inside the chicken coop, and how much fun it was to jump on top of the nesting boxes and brooder, they would not stay out of the coop. There is a small opening in the fence between the coop and the sheep/goat area. This allows the birds…
Aug 11, 2017 Goats need a shelter which provides protection from sun, wind, rain and snow. It needs to be large enough to move around inside, yet small enough to keep warm with the animal's own body heat. It is often possible to find pallets free or at a very low cost from a nearby warehouse. Wood pallet goat shelters
You see, we have all sorts of fence on our property but none of it is goat-proof. Even our big does could slip right through the log corrals, and barbed wire is nothin'. Our chicken wire pens worked for a while (they were part of an old pheasant farm on our property), but it didn't take long for the goats to push on the wire and
Anyone have experience with pallet fencing for goats? Look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWQ.
I have come to love the pallet fence we built for containing our goats. For the most part, it keeps in our chickens as well, although a few do have to test the boundaries and fly over.
fence made from pallets holds in goats and pigs - Homesteading Today.
Karen Biondo of Vashon Island, Wash., used screwed-together pallets to build a solid fence for her pigs and goats. The pallets lay on their edges in a straight line, with pallets placed crossways between them to help stabilize the fence. All the pallets are screwed and bolted together. “It eliminates the need to dig
Karen Biondo of La biondo Farm and Kitchen, on Vashon Island in Washington state, shows off her fence made of pallets. After getting this bit of video, she showed me another pallet fence that wasn't doing so well - it used a zigzag design - but apparently could not stand up well to the animals. And then
supplies. Shop around compare quality and price. Negotiate prices on a per box, case or pallet lots. Types of Fencing: A) Permanent (Perimeter Fencing)–. Woven Wire - 2” x 6” stays prevent animals sticking head though the wire. Animals may get caught in a 6” x 6” stay fence. Offset electric wire may reduce the problem.
Mar 24, 2014 Pallet fences worked quite well to keep my horses' heads on the right side of the fence too. Actually, my horses are a big part of my fencing problem. They want the goats' hay, or the green grass that the goats tend to leave in favor of the weeds and brush. The horses have stretched their necks over, leaned
If you don't want to spend money for fencing, read this article to learn how you can build a fence out of pallets. I present to you a fencing option that will satisfy all three criteria: Pallets. Pallets are your new fence! Pallets are durable and most importantly, you can actually get them for free! Pallet Fence for Goats and Pigs
Before learning how to build a goat fence, you must first figure out which type of fence will work best for your budget and layout. Here's what to look for:
Mar 20, 2015 16 Wood Pallet Fence Ideas. Pallet-fence. If you are looking for cheap, but still aesthetic ways to build a new fence, you should try pallet fencing. Pallets are a cheap material, accessible to anyone 1. This pallet fence would be great for pigs or even goats. It is movable and reusable. Pallet-fence-1 source
Feb 26, 2018 You don't need any tools, posts, latches or money to build a sturdy pallet fence that will keep pigs, goats and other small critters in. The trick to making it without posts is to alternate standing the pallets up and laying one down for stability. As you can see in this photo, there are two pallets fastened together
Jul 6, 2016 Trucker Buck from YT and I have entered into a sort of business together and some Nubian goats are on the way. So we are working hard to make a secure goat a
we made a complete barn out of ours just applyed plywood to the out side of the pallets as well as our pig pen has a pallet house and pallet fencing around it we make every thing out of pallets here. Reply. Sarah The Free Range Life on at 2:41 pm. We have a goat barn and 2 run in shelters made out of pallets! We plan
Aug 7, 2015 One side of the ”garden” had salvaged fence that ran the entire length, that was already attached to the goat pen. Sadly, there was a pretty big gap from the privacy fence panel, to the cedar post so I screwed two pallets together, one on top of the other, making sure to run the slats vertically, as opposed to
PART NO. DESCRIPTION, WEIGHT, ROLL PER TRUCKLOAD, ROLL PER PALLET, HORIZONTAL WIRES, FENCE HEIGHT ("), SPACING BETWEEN VERTICAL WIRES ("), ROLL LENGTH ('). ST-831, ST 1348-12-330, 178, 234, 9, 13, 48, 12, 330. ST-833, ST 1348-12-660, 356, 130, 5, 13, 48, 12, 660. ST-832B, ST 1348-3-