With the possible threat of Emily I'm trying to make some plans for the animals and housing. My big coop is probably strong enough to handle a smaller storm, but I can't figure out how to cover the windows, but still allow fresh air to get in. I can move the rest of the chickens into that coop in dog crates and would most likely bring some of my banties into the house in cages. The two LGDs can stay on the porch and be protected. The biggest problem would be my goats, ducks and turkey. The ducks and turkey free-range 24/7. I could probably fit the turkey into the big coop somehow or figure out a way to keep them on the porch with the dogs. Would the ducks and goats do better if they were loose on the property? We have lots of trees, so that's a danger, but there is also a pretty good wooded area with areas of cover. No barn or garage.