I'm sorry if this has already been covered, but I'm starting to get worried ( ) since the weather is getting cooler, I know winter isn't far away. This will be my first winter with goats. I have them in an Amish-built wood shed. The shed is 8'x12', and I have 3 Nigerian Dwarf goats and 2 full-size ewes in there. It's a very nice shed, 2 barn doors that open out and 2 small windows that close. I installed a vent, 12"x12", on the back wall. The goats stay in a stall area about 5'x8', and I will put a solid wood wall there, about 3' tall to block the wind. The wind comes predominately from the back side of the shed. I hope to have power to this building before it gets much colder. I want lights and I would like to use the water buckets with the concealed heating element in the bottom. I will have to carry water 50' or so to all the animals. I'm in NY, so we get lots of snow and temps well below zero for weeks at a time. I'm getting nervous. Anyone with words of wisdom?