This is how I've been hauling the daily rations of goat hay:
We've long since gone through the last round bale that was kept here at the house under tarps so I've been having to haul hay from Ms. Melman's barn every day. It's really not that much of a chore as Paul or I are up by Ms. Melman and Nugget twice a day, but it is making the back of my car a total mess.
But until we get some sort of hay shelter or a lean-to or barn or shop or whatever structure down by the house, I will continue hauling hay to the goats via the hatchback or bed of the dually.
I've seen a blog post a while back (somewhere, lost in the blogosphere) about making temporary shelters using cattle panels as the sides, t-posts to hold them up, then a cattle panel "hooped" over the top and covered with tarp. Kind'a looked like a quonset hut. I think that may be in our immediate (or as immediate as things happen around here) future since we're going to have to get several more bales of hay before spring.
It's finally starting to feel like winter around here; only supposed to have a high of 43 today and tomorrow. The only think good about that is that the wood stove will be cranked up and I'll be making.......Pea Soup!
Got to go find that ham bone from Christmas now; it's already been buried in the depts of the freezer.