So on Wednesday night, I noticed that some uncivilized goat had pooped in their auto waterer. So I opened it up, lifted the float valve up and started emptying it etc. Got it all done, and put the float valve back down and went in the house for the evening and then work the next day. When I got home from work yesterday, I went up to feed and found a lake in my barn with goats stranded on frozen islands. Apparently when I lifted up the float valve, I adjusted it higher... so it ran for basically a whole day. Pretty much the entire goat half is flooded, except for a few islands. It was still soggy throughout most of it despite it being in the negatives. So I was worried their hooves would freeze. I opened up a large stall on the human side, unflooded, and let them sleep in there for tonight. This morning, everyone still seemed well. It's all frozen now, which seems to help. Any who, just thought I'd share my blunder and see if anyone has any ideas. Once it starts to thaw more I'm going to take off work and go in with the bobcat to do my cleaning (was going to anyway) but in the mean time I was thinking maybe chipping at the ice and shoveling what I can out?