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Tree stumps of various height create a natural goat playground. Natural stone or cement pavers will help wear hooves in between trimmings.

Piggie Playground Tree stumps of various height create a natural goat playground. Natural stone or cement pavers will help wear hooves in between trimmings.

Very cool. http://www.doubledurangofarm.com/id16.html

I LOVE what they have done for their goats, things think this have been in the plan ever since I found this last winter.

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Goat kids playing on rocks. Great for keeping goats feet trimmed (goat vet)

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Great goat playground made with natural materials. Might be good for the chickens too.

Goat playground with tires filled with cement.

Create a goat playground with old tires - filled with cement helps keep hooves naturally trimmed

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How crazy is this playground for little Nigerian Dwarf Goats? Whoever built this is incredibly creative and lovingly dedicated to their herd. I personally would be terrified of my little goats falling off this roller coaster!

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Often on homesteads, we tend to just build simple shelters for our livestock. Like this diy pallet goat shed, is ideal when you are first starting out.

Easy goat hill, with shingles for hoof management.

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Pallet Goat Playground

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Furnish your goat’s playground with a seesaw! Place a large cylinder of wood on the ground and rest a thick wood board on the cylinder. Consider covering the top of the wood board with textured door

Furnish your goat’s playground with a seesaw! Place a large cylinder of wood on the ground and rest a thick wood board on the cylinder. Consider covering the top of the wood board with textured door

Tether Ball and other toys are great for keeping goats entertained. #goatvet says better for your goats to butt a ball then each other. Dang! I just got rid of a tether ball pole!

Tether Balls are great for keeping goats entertained. better for your goats to butt a ball then each other. Just be sure to hang rope high enough that goats have no chance of getting tangled & strangled.