Alright, so I'll try to get pics a little later when it's not freezing outside. But here goes... My husband got to a point with our chicken house (AKA the chicken shack) so that we could put a broody in there and try to start getting the other chickens to go in there. Everything is fine where that is concerned. But last night, I looked through the windows before locking all the chickens up in their preferred houses...and I saw our biggest goat (who is still a baby) in our top nesting box . The smallest goat is in the bottom nesting box with our broody chicken . And the medium goat is under the roost. I just don't think this is going to work out My problem is I keep the baby goats in the fence with the chickens until they're old enough to be set out to pasture. I feel most comfortable with this arrangement since we have so many random dogs in this area and the goats are still babies. My goats (I can't imagine they're any different from any other goat) can fit they're bodies through tiny holes. They're like RATS in that fashion. HOW do I keep them from getting in the door to the chicken shack? They do have proper housing. They have goat houses, and dogloo's, and hay for bedding in them. THye're just SMART and know that there is a lil more heat in the chicken shack. (I have a light on in there). This is just ridiculous. What do I do?