Hello, Been referring to this site for quite some time and this is my very first post as a new member! We recently built a lifetime shed we had sitting around unused when we decided we wanted more space for chickens. I've found a few examples of people who have converted a polyurethane shed into a coop but am wondering if anyone out there has been using it for awhile with success. My main concern right now is ventilation. I'll post a few pics of what the current ventilation looks like. I am afraid to take any of the windows out and replace with wire because of driving rain. There is a window on the back that I didn't take a picture but it opens and will help some. So there are two vents on either side of the top and then 2 holes on each side further down meant for severe weather proofing that I think we will just leave open. Do you all think this is enough ventilation or do I need to add more? Any ideas of how to add more if you think it's necessary? Thanks!