When Annick reclaimed her horses, she very generously left behind all the fencing..... and the spare wood, get out of the rain, tarp covered shelter.
Then we built a partition to keep out the rain, and attached a roof with shingles.
When we were finished with the shed (except for some paint), we went and picked up our goats. Fiona is a white Saanen/Pygmy Doe and she is our milking goat. The other adorable brown goat, Java, is a slightly stunted, yearling Nubian Doe. She is simply a companion goat.
We were very glad to be able to get our own goat for milking, and after quite a bit of frantic yelling the first day (being in strange place without all their friends was quite a bit frightening), they settled down nicely.
Proverbs 27:27 "You shall have enough goats' milk for your food, for the food of your household, and the nourishment of your maidservants."