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Well I have done all I can to prepare for the storm. Sand bags, subfloors, no loose items, reinforced the shelters, moved the water buckets inside, storing hay in two different places (just in case), stored clean water and have even cleaned my basement to be "goat proof" just incase the herd needs to move into my house for a few days.

Now all I can do is cross my hooves and hope for the best.

Wish us luck......

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Well there was very little damage from the storm. The barn flooded (as expected) but luckily I had put down a pallet and plywood subfloor for the boys to loaf on.

This morning they were able to eat a TON of leaves that had been blown down and even snack on a fallen birch tree. They were fat and happy.

Here is a couple pics of the "aftermath"
[attachment=1:czr332ws]barnrats.jpg[/attachment:czr332ws]
[attachment=0:czr332ws]Acorn sleeping on Birch.jpg[/attachment:czr332ws]
 

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