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Just need 3 sides and a rain-proof roof.

LOCATION.......... Location is Sacramento area of California. Hot dry summers. Cool winters, sometimes rainy, a few nights a little below freezing.

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    Buy it and have it installed? Your time = 0. Professional installation probably 1/2 a day. You may need to provide more details than this if you want any better answers, though. This is very broad as it stands.
    – FreeMan
    Jan 14 at 17:15
  • Have a shipping container delivered, prop the doors open. Done! A hoop greenhouse is the typical "cheapest way to cover ground" and pretty fast, but I doubt the goats would not destroy the plastic covering in short order. Goats are notoriously hard on structures.
    – Ecnerwal
    Jan 14 at 17:19
  • Fastest? Use your garage. You need to provide a lot more detail about the land involved, the capabilities of the shed, desired longevity, etc. Jan 14 at 17:40
  • And don’t put it close to the fence, if they can get on top then they will jump over the fence:)
    – Solar Mike
    Jan 14 at 18:16
  • If no floor build on high ground. Would suggest a partial forth wall so they have a dry area from blowing rain. about six square feet or more per goat. Ventilation and shade for hot weather. A fast way would be to use large pallets for walls, then have time to build a proper building.
    – crip659
    Jan 14 at 19:57

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