So I may have the opportunity to adopt a momma chicken and her chicks (squeee!!!!!) but I need to make some temporary housing for them. They are already outside/ free range and taking them will be saving the lives of the chicks (momma may go back after they are raised) since they are just hawk fodder. As of right now she has 6 chicks, down from 10 and I am hoping to get her soon. Any experience with temporary coops? I have a location picked out for my coop but I figured it was a dream and had to wait until I could build the big pretty one that I wanted. 1. Should I put the temp coop where I want the permanent one and just shift it when the time comes? It has the only shade in my yard. 2. What are the main things to consider? Chicks are little, so I know to watch for gaps and make sure hawks, owls and cats (and our dog) can't get to them, but is there anything else that I'm overlooking? 3. I do plan on putting on a "roof" to keep out the rain. Should it cover the whole thing? 4. I know I need to get the chick starter (I think they've been eating foraged food and adult chicken feed so far) but is that ok for mom too?