Your coop is great!
I gave one of the boys away - it was too much for the 12 girls. The remaining roo is a great guy. He's challenged me a few times. We have it out, then we go back to well-behaved.
They're doing fine this winter, but I've picked breeds that are cold tolerant and they get a heat lamp in the coop.
Speaking of which, it's time to redesign the coop. It's going to become part of a larger shed/coop/greenhouse building. Probably next year or the year after due to $.
I've got about 4-5 girls which need to go on to the next realm... Seriously, I want to get chicks this spring, but am at capacity. I could add more, but I love for them (and me) to have space.
We also have new neighbors - have to be sure their dogs are going to stay in the yard before mine get to free range again.
That's all the chicken-y news from West Berthoud!
I built the majority of the coop out of pallet wood. The most expensive supplies were paint and chicken wire.