Hi, I have am a new goat owner, with three young Nigerian dwarf wethers. We put a polydome in their enclosure, which the goats don't seem to like very much, although they will use it in the rain. I've decided to build a pallet shed to give them a dry floor and cozier lodging (it will also be easier for me to go in and out of to feed them). I am planning to build one that has three complete sides and the fourth side half closed. Right now, the goats tend to hang out in the northeast corner of their enclosure, in an area that is as close to our barn and house as possible (they are extremely social). Unfortunately, the way my property lies, if I build the shed to have the opening facing the most protected direction (south or southwest), it would mean facing away from the barn, house, and other animals. Alternatively, if I have the opening face the barn or house, it will also be facing the direction the worst weather comes from in the winter - north and east (I live in New Jersey, where the worst winter storms are nor'easters). I want to make sure they are protected from bad weather, but I also don't want to build a shed they won't use. Does anyone have any advice on the best direction to face the opening? Thanks!