With the current economic crisis many really good draft horses are on the market. They have really come down in price and we have the opportunity to adopt one. He's 17H.
The trouble is that he (and another one we also looked at) have learned how to break down wood fences because they have been taught to push with their chests.
We realize that we could solve this problem by adding another rung to our wood fence but it is prohibitive.
What remedies have you come up with? We know we could put a string of barbed wire at the top or do up everything with electric fencing. All are impractical at this time due to schedules and or cost. Any ideas? Thanks