A word of advice... If you have no place to store hay, don't buy 100 bales and put it under a tarp for a couple of months. Hay likes to mold in those conditions. Especially freshly cut hay thats still a little moist. You might lose at least 30 percent of it before your sheep have a chance to eat it. You'll probably lose at least the entire top layer and some of the bottom, depending on how well you get it off the ground.
If you cant afford a barn, try one of these portable garages. It looks pretty sturdy and versatile. It took a while to get it all coordinated, but... its finally done. Connor was the engineer who read the instructions. Carmen and I fit the peices together and tightened the screws. We only had to track down a few mistakes to get it right. Overall, if you follow the instructions it was very doable for us.
Complete with an elevated floor for ventilation. The floor looks crooked, but its actually level. Its the ground that is slanted.
Here comes a load of hay. Looks like enough to last a week or two. I'll let you know how it goes.
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