I got a weatherbug alert about a winter storm watch for tomorrow into Thurs. Talking about a quarter inch of ice, not sure about any snow. We won't get above freezing, so I am sure with the snow we have on the ground, whatever falls will freeze. Anything I should do for the goats? I'm going to make sure the buck's shelter is leakproof <he's got a temp shelter until we build a permanent one>, I'll put bedding down in front of his shelter and keep an eye on it so it doesn't get too slippery for him. What about the girls? Most are preggo. I have a doe due in less than 3 weeks, should I stall her and her younger sister? I doubt they'd go out in the freezing rain they are predicting, but I want to be cautious. What would you do? My girls have been fine with the snow, they don't go out when it snows - they only come out of the barn when I am out there, and if it rains it's the same, but they don't like to come out in the rain at all.