Here’s some pictures of the hay shed/cow shelter we built. We made it with posts in the ground, there is no floor. On the hay side we put down pallets to keep the bales off the ground. The hay hasn’t come yet and the cows haven’t moved in. First we have to finish stringing barbed wire around the pasture this shed is in, then we can move them in. The blue drum is for their grain ration.
The big doors on the hay side allow for easy access of unloading bales into the shed. The smaller doors on the cow side are split so I can have just the top open for air and light if I want. The idea is to only close them up in severe weather and at night to protect them from preditors until they get big enough that it is less of a concern.
Hubby and son did most of the work. I think they did an awesome job! I helped with the shingling, safely on a ladder. I wasn’t climbing on the roof! 😯 I did the painting too. 🙂 As you can see, I like traditional colours and style. 😉