Hello, I am new to BYC and learning a lot. I am moving to Caribbean island in 6 months with my wife and would like to produce our own broilers using Salatin's method. Fortunately, the temps in the Caribbean (besides being slightly hot some days) will be perfect. No snow. Unfortunately, during June, July and August, we will average 10 inches of rain a month. Usually it rains hard and then the sun comes out immediately, so things start to dry up quickly. But I'm sure there will be some storms that produce a lot of water in a short time period. This has me a little worried about having too much water in the pasture tractors during those months. I was thinking of having 'stand-by' 4x4 beams to plop down beside the cages to stop any water running in (acting like a sand bag). That way when the rainy season isn't in fully swing I will have a lighter cage. Maybe that coupled with metal sheeting that extends further over the edges will help. Does anyone else deal with this type of problem?