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.

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

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

Goat playground! So much fun for them

This looks like a really fun project! When I relocate (soon) I think I'm going to build one!

Carvings with Stories: a blog about woodcarving: Making a goat play ramp structure at Boiling Wells for St Werburghs City farm

Carvings with Stories: Making a goat play ramp structure at Boiling Wells for St Werburghs City farm

mmmm.... Interesting.... Goats would love this.  It would not work as a good winter shelter though and I am hoping for something that will look a little nicer as well

Goats would love this. It would not work as a good winter shelter though and I am hoping for something that will look a little nicer as well

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.

*Our Country Home...: Goat Playground. Ok I know this says…

Today I moved a few things around in the goat pen hoping to create some interest in playing rather than eating.Deenie did seem pleased wi.

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