My DH and I are disagreeing about something and I need you all to settle it for us. We have a 12'(l) x 10'(w) shed that we're going to turn about 1/3 of into a new coop. It'll be about 4' x 10' with a run 32' x 12' run attached. I don't know how tall it is but it's up there. Anyway, DH says the shed will not need windows, that there should be plenty of ventilation due to the way it is built. I disagree and said we need to put some small windows on each side and cover them with welded wire. The reason he thinks it won't need windows is because he built it, lol, and there is space at the top of the walls, between the walls and the roof. Here are some pics of the inside where you can see the spaces he is talking about. I don't think that will be enough ventilation for them, do you? Plus, it gets scorching hot in there in the summer! I told him we need windows so the air can move through and there can be a cross breeze. Who is right?