To begin with, this is my first post here. I purchased my first goats last weekend (8 percentage boer does). Being a goat rookie I have tons to learn but I think I have a good grasp on what they need to stay healthy and how to diagnose and treat some of their major illnesses. Though one specific thing I have a question on is how to build a hay rack (and grain trough while on topic). I have seen a few custom ones online that are 8-10 feet long, appear to be made from v-bent cattle panel, have a tray under the rack to catch fallen hay, and even ones with a tin roof for if one is to be placed outdoors. Now I'm sure I can figure it out on my own but I was really hoping someone here knew of a video or website with specific instructions. I would like to make 1 for inside my barn as well as another for the pasture which had a slanted tin roof. I would also, like to build a wall mounted feeder out of pvc pipe. That definitely looks like a straightforward task, however, 10 feet of 6" pvc is rather expensive so I would want to do it right the first time. Any advice, tips, instructions, or pics of your personal hay rack of feeder would greatly be appreciated. TIA!