I feel for you, we have several huge Douglas Fir snags in our lambing area, three have dropped in the last two years in nasty windstorms. The last one took a dormer off of our large barn, the one before that took out the power line to the barn and a gate, the first one took out a large chunk of fencing and a outdoor lamb pen. Three more to go! They are too big to safely drop with all the buildings (professional arborist with 20 years logging experience’s opinion, not mine!), they are all dead. Once 30-40 feet of length comes down our tree guy will deal with the remainder, usually just for the decent rounds of firewood!