We have so much mud! So much rain and goats trampling down paths = mud. What surrounds our barn is mud and then there is a path of mud to the gate. Recently, the only thing to do has been to put pine shavings down when it rains so it doesn’t turn into a mudslide! (I know, right?) this gets super expensive and wasteful and I’m also concerned about it affecting the PH of our soil (acidic soil can lead to more snails which means more worms). Overall, I just need some ideas on what I can put down on some of these paths where there is a lot of mud. I would love to be able to have grass there but I don’t see it as much of a possibility. I’m honestly considering putting some more paving tiles down and giving them a cement walkway. But this is a major hassle as they weigh a ton, and we are sure to never have grass there again! Stone dust is a possibility but we can’t get it professionally put down so we can toss some bags of it down and stomp it as best we can, but it won’t last for too long. I could put sand down, but that seems like it would get pretty yuck and I don’t know if goats can be on sand. Please help! It’s becoming a safety hazard for both humans and goats... it’s like a slip n’ slide!! Thank you!!