This will be our first winter with goats. We are in Michigan. I noticed today a couple of my does shivering and have been wondering what if any "special care" goats need during winter. The goats have 24/7 access to a barn that is mostly open on one end. That was always more than enough for our sheep & cows. I've heard some goat people make it sound like that is enough (besides free choice hay & possible grain supplementation). I went to another farm that was covering almost every possible nook & cranny with plywood. I would be worried about shutting up a barn too tightly. I know that is asking for pneumonia with sheep. But today when I saw the does shivering I wondered if it was because they just haven't made their winter coats fully yet or if I need to be doing something else. I will say that they were voluntarily outside when I saw then shivering so at least at that moment it was due to their shelter. Thanks for any responses!