I need to build some goat houses, and I have a ton of pallets. They are really nice and new and the wood is great. I would like them to be large enough for two Nigerian Dwarfs to go into, and I just want something three sided so I can duck in there to feed (I would be wanting to attach a feeder to the back wall.) The idea is that it should be light enough for me to move it alone or with one other person to grab the other side. I don't need instructions for a bottom, because I assume I can just cut a nice piece of wood big enough to just attach so I can have a dry floor to put straw on. I was wondering if any-one knows of any plans? I would obviously need to get some sort of wood to put over the finished structure since the pallets are slatted......Or perhaps entirely dismantle the pallets and build something out of the pieces. I have no experience wood-working, but have a skill saw and the drive to get it done. We just moved the first of December, and I can not move the goats until I have at least a few paddocks fenced together and some goat houses built. Driving back and forth twenty minutes twice a day is not working out well at all, I don't get enough time to spend with my goats to make sure they are doing fine or to do any show training on all the youngsters I want to get into the pen this spring, and it is making getting my last couple of does bred more difficult. That and I want everyone moved here before anyone is too preggo. My girls are going to be here with me when they kid! Lol. I've got the most perfect car port thing right outside my back porch that I am going to put some kidding pens in. Much easier than trecking all the way to the barn at my old place twice an hour to check on a doe with no ligs.