We have a old 70's style camper and I was thinking we already pretty much gutted it out before because my husband and I used to sleep in it in the summer when we lived with our parents, so we gutted most of it and put a queen size bed in. Now for the last 8 years its been sitting with junk piled into it. I am getting some silkie chicken 4 or maybe 6 of them soon. We were going to fix up our old shed for them but it's going to cost a lot once we insulate it and replace what's rotten. So I thought why not repurpose our old camper? It's already insulated and big enough for the little guys and way cheaper. MY question to you guys is what do you think? a camper coop conversion? Would it be warm enough for them in the winter months? It has the ceiling wind up vent and lots of windows that fold open so I think we could get goo amount of ventilation without cutting any holes. If I did use it I like to make a wall on the inside to keep the chickens back from the doorway so they don't escape when I go in to clean and feed them. I was planning on using sand for bedding but I am wondering if it be too cold? maybe I should use pine shavings instead? and since it's October, would it be too late to use the deep litter method for winter with pine shavings? It will snow around December here and gets pretty cold. I was also worried if I only get 4 or 6 would the camper be too big for them to keep each other warm? Thank guys for your advise & help! I tried to attach a picture of the kind of camper we are working with!