10-12-2010, 03:09 PM
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We'd thought about putting those flaps in, but so far we have found them not to be necessary.
Between the angle the barn sits, the shorter doorways, and the heavy duty insulation we put in the ceiling and walls, it stays dry and cozy in there.
It is only a 30 minute drive to the Canadian border from our place, we are in the upper NW corner of Montana, so I imagine we have very similar weather.
Some times I am pushing through snow hip-high when I go out to feed.
I sure get my exercise!
Our riding horses are on the east side of our property, and the minis (and Llamas and Goat) are way over on the west side.....