Build frame and fence in half of the coop. Put up draft board on the bottom. Re-roof (down to the rafters) the back corner of the coop.
I'm probably not moving them (the 19 chicks) for a while, but I need to do this while the weather holds. Hopefully, I can get this all done before hubby comes home from hunting. Oh, and there's the normal house work and the never ending dining room furniture painting project that I started months ago and absolutely have to finish by Thanksgiving. Seems I was volunteered to host this year since we've got the most room...grrrrr
I need some ideas to partially enclose my run for the winter. Current situation: the run is pitched back toward the shed (got too lazy and tired to dig down any further to at least level it). My plans were to put that corrugated clear plastic roofing on it, but there is not enough clearance to raise it up high enough on the coop end to make it pitch away. Any ideas?