This is a longshot maybe, but thought I'd ask anyway. We ended up buying 4 5x5 rolls of hay, this is some nice hay, and these rolls are HUGE and sooo tight. Should have seen us trying to roll them when they were dropped off the truck LOL We have one that flattened out and we cant move it out of the driveway! Ack, I know! I've had an idea for a while, but not sure it will work, so I thought I'd see what you all think. Since I am the queen of using pallets <LOL>, I thought maybe I could get some of those long pallets, not sure the size? 6' maybe? I could stack 2 on the ground, and put others around it to make a 'wall' but on one side I can bury it down in the ground a little so when I put a top on it it has a slope. I'd like to use OSB on top and probably just cover it with plastic/tarp, sure not beautiful but until I have the $$ to make something nicer... I can figure out a way to cover the side that the weather comes from <probably tear off boards from another pallet and cover the gaps>., and on the short side have openings wide enough for the goats to get hay but not stick their heads in. ALSO have the OSB/top overhang so the goats can eat without getting wet if it's raining/snowing. Think this would work? That away we can store the hay, but they can also eat it and not have to worry about making hay racks. I don't care if the pallets would rot, as long as this would last me through the winter, then in the spring we can build a better one. Any thoughts?