We're in the process of building a 8x20 shedrow barn for 2-4 minis. There will be a large, dry-lot paddock attached and the horses will be able to come and go on their own unless we decide to stall them at night. It will have 2 stall gates and a 8' gate in between the stalls that we can open and close depending on how we want to use the run-in. I'm thinking of hanging slow feeder hay nets and have the water on the far side of the paddock, closest and easiest for us to manage. That's probably better than feeding them in the run-in, right? What are the thoughts on this? I think the only time we'd feed them inside is if/when they're actually stalled; I like our animals to be able to decide if they want to be in or out, etc. We feed ad lib hay and water and will give a ration balancer. I guess I'm just not sure if they'll come out in the rain and snow across the paddock for hay/water but I'm assuming they will if they want it bad enough! Should it be under cover? Thanks!