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10×14 Goat Shelter Plans with Storage

10×14 goat shelter plans with storage, plans include a free PDF download, shopping list, cutting list, and step-by-step instructions with drawings.

10×14 Goat Shelter Plans with Storage – Overview

10×14 Goat Shelter Plans with Storage – Material List

Shopping List

Shopping List

A shopping list is included, since lumber can be purchased in different sizes study the cut list to see what works best for you.

  • 2 – 4×6 – 14′
  • 3 – 4×6 – 10′
  • 7 – 2×4 – 16′
  • 4 – 2×4 – 14′
  • 8 – 2×4 – 12′
  • 7 – 2×4 – 10′
  • 59 – 2×4 – 8′
  • 3 – 1/2″ plywood – 4’x8′ sheet
  • 2 – 3/4″ plywood – 4′ x 8′ sheet
  • 12 – t1-11 exterior siding – 4′ x 8′ sheet
  • 4 – 1×6 – 8′
  • 8 – 1×4 – 8′

Hardware

  • 3 1/2″ deck screws
  • 2″ deck screws
  • 3 1/2″ galvanized nails
  • 2″ galvanized nails
  • 2″ galvanized finishing nails
  • 2 1/2″ finishing nails
  • 4 – door hinge
  • 1 – door handle
  • 2 – door latch
  • corrugated roofing panels
  • roofing panel screws

Cutting List

Cutting List

Floor

  • 2 – 4×6 – 14′
  • 3 – 4×6 – 10′

Walls

Front Wall Frame

  • 2 – 2×4 – 14′
  • 9 – 2×4 – 7′ 4 1/2″
  • 4 – 2×4 – 6′ 6″
  • 6 – 2×4 – 7″
  • 2 – 2×4 – 3′ 3″
  • 1 – 1/2″ plywood – 3 1/2″ x 3′ 3″
  • 2 – 2×4 – 3′ 10 1/2″
  • 1 – 1/2″ plywood – 3 1/2″ 3′ 10 1/2″

Back Wall Frame

  • 2 – 2×4 – 14′
  • 11 – 2×4 – 5′ 8 1/2″

Inside Wall Frame

  • 2 – 2×4 – 9′ 5″
  • 6 – 2×4 – 5′ 8 1/2″
  • 3 – 1/2″ plywood – 4’x8′ sheet (cut to size)

Right/Left Wall Frame

  • 4 – 2×4 – 9′ 5″
  • 12 – 2×4 – 5′ 8 1/2″

Rafters

  • 8 – 2×4 – 11′ 10 3/8″
  • 2 – 2×4 – 1′ 7 1/4″
  • 2 – 2×4 – 1′ 3 1/8″
  • 2 – 2×4 – 11″
  • 2 – 2×4 – 6 7/8″

Storage Floor

  • 1 – 2×4 – 9′ 1″
  • 2 – 3/4″ plywood – 4′ x 8′ sheet (cut to size)

Siding

  • 4 – 2×4 – 8′ (cut to size)
  • 12 – t1-11 exterior siding – 4′ x 8′ sheet (cut to size)

Roof

  • 7 – 2×4 – 16′
  • 3 – 2×4 – 8′ (cut to size)

Door

  • 2 – 2×4 – 6′ 8 1/2″
  • 1 – 2×4 – 3′ 7″
  • 4 – 2×4 – 8′ (cut to size)
  • 5 – 1×6 – 3′ 7 1/2″
  • 2 – 1×6 – 2′ 11 1/2″
  • 1 – 1×6 – 3′ 11 1/2″ (40.5-degree angle cuts on ends, same direction)

Trim

  • 8 – 1×4 – 8′ (cut to size)
  • Step 1 – Floor

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - floor - 4x6x14

Cut two 4×6’s to 14′ long.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - 4'x6'10'

Cut three 4×6’s to 10′ long.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - floor frame.

Assemble the floor frame as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ deck screws.

  • Step 2 – Walls

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - front wall frame.Front Wall Frame:

Cut two 2×4’s to 14′ long. Cut nine 2×4’s to 7′ 4 1/2″ long. Cut four 2×4’s to 6′ 6″ long. Cut six 2×4’s to 7″ long.

Cut two 2×4’s to 3′ 3″ long. Cut one piece of 1/2″ plywood to 3 1/2″ x 3′ 3″. Cut two 2×4’s to 3′ 10 1/2″ long. Cut one piece of 1/2″ plywood to 3 1/2″ x 3′ 10 1/2″. Assemble the header using 3 1/2″ nails as shown on illustration below.

Assemble the front wall as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

door header

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - back wall frame.Back Wall Frame:

Cut two 2×4’s to 14′ long. Cut eleven 2×4’s to 5′ 8 1/2″ long. Assemble the back wall frame as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - inside wall frame.Inside Wall Frame:

Cut two 2×4’s to 9′ 5″ long. Cut six 2×4’6 to 5′ 8 1/2″ long. Assemble as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - inside wall frame siding.Cut to size and install the 1/2″ plywood wall siding to the inside wall using 2″ nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - side wall frame.

Right/Left Wall Frame:

Cut four 2×4’s to 9′ 5″ long. Cut twelve 2×4’s to 5′ 8 1/2″ long. Assemble as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - wall frame.

Use 3 1/2″ nails to attach the walls to the floor frame.

  • Step 3 – Rafters

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - rafter.

Cut eight 2×4’s to 11′ 10 3/8″ long, cut the top and bottom ends as shown on illustration below.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - rafter top end.

Cut the top end of the rafters as shown on illustration above.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - rafter bottom end.

Cut the bottom end of the rafters as shown on illustration above.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - rafters/truss.

The rafters are installed 24″ O.C., install as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - top side wall studs.

Cut two 2×4’s to 1′ 7 1/4″ long, two 2×4’s to 1′ 3 1/8″ long, two 2×4’s to 11″long, and two 2×4’s to 6 7/8″ long. Notch the top of the 2×4’s and install as shown on illustration above.

  • Step 4 – Storage Floor

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - floor joist.

Cut a 2×4 to 9′ 1″ long. Install as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

Cut and remove the 2×4 bottom plate from door opening as shown on illustration above.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - plywood floor.

Measure and cut 3/4″ plywood floor to size, install plywood floor using 2″ deck screws.

  • Step 5 – Siding

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - 2x4 blocking.

Cut 2×4 blocking to size and install to the front and back as shown on illustration above.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - t1-11 siding.

Cut to size and install t1-11 exterior siding using 2″ finishing nails.

Cut out door opening, the siding that is cut out will be used to make door.

  • Step 6 – Roof

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - purlins.

Cut seven 2×4’s to 16′ long for the purlins. Install as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - roof blocking.

Measure and cut 2×4 blocking and install between the purlins as shown on drawing above.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - metal roofing.

Install metal corrugated roofing panels.

  • Step 7 – Door

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - 2x4 door opening trim.

Cut two 2×4’s to 6′ 8 1/2″ long, cut one 2×4 to 3′ 7″ long. Install the 2×4’s to the door opening using 2 1/2″ finishing nails.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - door.

Use the t1-11 exterior siding from the door opening to build the storage door. Measure and cut 2×4’s to size and install as shown on illustration above. Nail 2″ nails through the siding and into the 2×4’s.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - door installed.

Install hinges to the door and install door to shelter.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - gate.

 

Cut five 1×6’s to 3′ 7 1/2″ long. Cut two 1×6’s to 2′ 11 1/2″ long. Cut one 1×6 to 3 11 1/2″ long, cut 40.5-degree angle cuts on both ends in the same direction. Install as shown on illustration above using 1 1/2″ deck screws.

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - gate installed.

Install hinges to gate and install to shelter.

  • Step 8 – Trim

10x14 goat shelter plans with storage - 1x4 corner trim.

Measure and cut 1×4 to size for corner trim. Install corner trim using 2″ finishing nails.

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One comment

  1. This is a great design! Thanks for sharing it. My only suggestions for improvement is on the gate/door (and even this might not be needful for everyone). Unless your paddock setup provides a fenced separation between the stall and the storage room, I’d suggest using Dutch doors on the storage unit. When you are in there, you’ll need light. If you have to keep the door open for that light, you’ll likely have a lot of company! My Nubian goats are like puppies — they love to be wherever I am — so I’ve started using Dutch doors on nearly all my buildings for this reason. The second suggestion is similar but for a different reason: put an upper gate on your stall as well. In my area we have a heavy predator load (cougar, bobcat, coyote and even the occasional wolf). I keep several guardian dogs — but having the ability to completely close the stall is just an added layer of security. The double gate (“Dutch”) enables me to do this. It is also handy when I need to isolate an animal due to illness or kidding. They still get sunshine and air if the upper gate is open, but they are securely contained by the lower door. All in all, to me it’s not a lot of work for the added benefits.

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