Here is a link to Goatee Acres. I know nothing about them so I'm not necessarily recommending them, but I found them off ADGA and it looks like they are just under an hour away from you in Muscatine.
"Sharon, I think you could... once the snow sets in, the huts would have insulation. I've also seen hay bale "huts" and you could make something along those lines for your goats with the igloo in the center. On Backyard Chickens here…"
"I use cattle panels as well, with bird fencing along the bottom to keep babies in. As long as none of your goats have horns, their heads shouldn't get stuck. I'm not familiar with the housing you're asking about... but I've used…"
"I just didnt want small goats/kids to put their heads through fence. So the 48" is too short?
If one uses dog igloos, what size is good for two goats? These work for all winter? Cleaning?
I can't wait till next spring!"
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Need goat equipment?
2-quart milk pail
Mineral feeder (put minerals in one side and baking soda in the other!)