Merry Christmas everyone! I am in SD, and we are in a really bad storm. There is about 15" of snow on the ground with about 12" more to come in the next 24 hours. It is about 0 degrees out with about -50 to -60 windchill. I just got in from checking the goaties. They are in a garden shed which is lined on the inside with small hay bales. It is a wood floor with about 4" of hay on the floor. The door faces the south and the wind is out of the north. I have piled more hay on the floor in the corner by the door which is out of the way if the wind blows snow in the door. The problem is the goats prefer to lay on and under a table I have next to the other side of the door where the snow is blowing in. The stupid goats could go on the other side of the door where the hay is piled up to get cozy, however they have chosen to lay near the door where the wind and snow is blowing in. They were shivering pretty good. Should I be worried since they are shivering or just not worry about it since they could snuzzle down in the hay in another part of the shed?