I have parked the tractor (~8x8) and am winterizing it. Question: Should I put palletts down inside the tractor with planks on top to kind of raise the flooor off the cold ground, then cover that with shavings? Or would that actually make things colder? is it actually better to have the warmth of the ground (for whhat it is worth) and the shavings right on top of that? I could see the ground acting either as a giver of warmth or like a giant heat sink. So I am not sure if raising the floor would actually be a good or bad thing. I'll be using the deep litter method for the winter, then start moving the tractor again when the snow melts in the spring.