We currently have a fairly large mobile goat structure that contains the hay feeder and box underneath, their minerals, and the water attached on the outside of it. There is also a landing floor that extends out with a cover, that is made from reclaimed 2x4s. They love to sit on that. Anyway, it's a mobile structure and not one where they could go in and "stay" for a while. We now are working on creating a walkway into the barn from the pasture. The does can access a barn stall (10x14). We will have a feeder in there and a litter box. I have seen a litter box posted by NigerianDwarfOwner707. I have scrubbed and washed and bleached the mats. They are dry outside at the moment and will be placed onto the concrete floor in the stall. The floor was also washed. Everything looks really clean and hoping to get the mats in tonight. I am SO HOPEFUL that the goats will pee in the litter box and not floor. They will have access to the pasture, which is about 3 acres, but we want to be able to close off the door entrance if it's raining outside and even at night. Right now, they just stay outside in the pasture in their mobile structure or just graze. We also have two other smaller mobile structures where we place identical feed and minerals, so they jump around to eat. My question about the new stall in the barn is - where do we place the waterer? Does it get hung onto the wall inside the stall? They sometimes have knocked over the waterer off the hook, but it's outside - no harm done. But, inside the barn the water will drop to the floor onto the mats. I would prefer to avoid that kind of mess. This is what we use for the water https://www.farmandfleet.com/products/g--4463-little-giant-10-quart-flat-back-feeder.html What would you use as the water container inside a barn stall to avoid spillage if possible. This is for three does, two adult and one 5.5 month old.