We put in a fence at the top of a hill to pasture our goats a few years ago. It's been slowly eroding in 2 areas, and well we didn't take care of it. We now have 2 places where there are 5 low areas under the fence. Total length approx 10 sporatic feet.
Today one of the kids was romping around outside the fence. The holes are big enough for an adult to squeeze under, and the great pyrenees too. They don't because of the electric at 18"-but the kids...well apparently they haven't gotten zapped yet.
We dumped some clay/sand mix along the fence today, but it will wash fairly quickly with spring rains if we don't get something growing. Grass will be kinda slow & always washes out more than it takes hold, been there done that. I have some low shrubs planted but not enough, plus they grow through the fence & hinder the electric fence.
Any suggestions? Strawberries? (have lots of those) Have rose of sharon volunteers but that won't be quick enough. I need something now, and worry about permanently holding it afterwards. Don't mind buying something either as the goats are worth more than anything I could buy. But what? Worried about a coyote nabbing one of the kids outside the dog's protection. It's a really steep hill.
Any ideas are welcome, non-toxic a must.