My goats are in a barn with a wood floor, and it doesn't take very long for it to start smelling like ammonia. From what I understand, that isn't a problem with dirt floors. Does anyone have any tips for keeping it from smelling so soon? I use lime or wood ashes under the bedding. I thought about drilling holes in the floor to let the urine flow out, but I thought that might be too drafty or the holes would just get plugged up. I've also thought about setting up some type of shelter outside for them during the day and shutting them out of the barn. But I have very little money, and I can't think of a cheap way to do that that will stand up to them climbing on it. Sue D.