I got all kinds of comments with ideas for how to keep Bella from roaming around, so I thought I'd give an update.
Electric fence doesn't work. We have it around the horse pasture and it doesn't slow her down a bit. She just jumps between the strands and goes on her merry way.
We tried putting her in Jackson's stall in the barn. There is stallion fencing around the turnout -- very tall, maybe five feet. She jumped outta there in less than a minute. A higher fence around the goat area isn't affordable and I don't think it would stop her.
She doesn't jump out to find food. The goat area has nice green grass, shrubs, low-hanging tree branches and hay. There are boulders and logs to jump on on. She just likes to be out, eating my roses and apple trees, and visiting the neighbors.
Brett tried putting a hobble on her hind legs. She reached around and pulled it off with her teeth. Then she jumped off his lap, kicking him in the balls. I'm surprised she is still alive...
I put a collar on her and I'm working on getting a tag.
We have a couple people who have expressed an interest in taking her. I have, of course, made full disclosure of her jumping problem. She is a super sweet goat -- with a jumping problem.