Hi all! Can I pick your brains please? We are currently setting up shop to bring in a pair of dairy goat doelings in the spring. I already posted about pasture management, but I have so many other questions! First, can goats be turned out around a shallow pond? It is probably only 4' at the deepest spot. Knowing that they are intelligent, can I assume that they will be safe and not get into it? The bank is gently sloped, so it's not the kind of thing one could slip into. Also, we are converting an outbuilding that is 16x24. It formerly housed a backhoe, so, while well made and weather tight, it is really just a box with packed gravel floor. I want to have a large stall, a small stall for birthing or kids, and a milking/feed room area. What kind of flooring do you recommend? How high should the windows be? Can I turn them out in the same area as my chickens, or is it best to separate them? Thanks so much for any advice you can offer! Your tips will really help us to set up a functional area with less mistakes!