Happens alot. What should have been a simple task becomes a time consuming sequence of events. Take this morning. Just moving the livestock over to the west pasture. No problem. Set the electric fencer up. Get the fence charging, (we repaired it last weekend). Ds goes and gets the first steer out to move. Wait! The fence isn't charging. Bring him back. Then I hear-Suzie's out and in the feed bin. She's our never do nothin' pony. Just get that steer back in the fence until I can get this thing working. Moe's out (another steer). Time to drop the electric charger and charge myself over to the other pasture. Got the pony and two steers back in only to have our young gelding escape. Lured him back with a bucket of grain. Forget moving them. Let's just be happy if we can keep them where they are. Brought the fencer inside and took it apart. Don't know why it wouldn't work, but it's working now. We'll attempt this again, but not until I have a few older hands around.
We don't have fence lines that can keep our goats in, so my dh put together six cattle panels and I move it around the yard. The goats go in in the morning and back in the barn at night. Keeps our lawn mown. Kinda like a "goat tractor".
Nevertheless, it's a good day. God bless. (He always does.)