About the only thing I have left to do on this hoop house is to add the roosts, cover it with a tarp, affix something to keep the door closed, and add the birdies First, a bit of background on hoop houses in case someone's not familiar with them. They are made out of 2 hog/cattle panels affixed to a wooden base, then covered with wire. The top and back of the hoop house is covered with a tarp to keep the elements out for the most part. Nest boxes and roosts are underneath the tarp. They are basically a big coop/run/tractor thingy. Mine is 8'x8'x69" high in center, has a door in the front center of the pen, and has 2-1"x4" boards as braces on the back. The back braces come to an upside-down 'V'. So the biggest problem I'm having is how to add the roosts? I have 26 almost-8-week-old LF pullet chicks that will be going into this 8'x8' hoop house. They will be staying in this indefinitely. I plan on selling about half of them in the spring, but the others will be staying. So I'll need enough roost space for say 15 full grown birds eventually, but a few more as of right now. So how much roost space would I need, and how do I attach them inside a hoop house? They as of now still have a heat light, how much longer will they need it? How can I put a heat light in this thing if they do? Nighttime temps have been in the 30's and 40's already I was thinking of putting a tarp inside the house, so that it hangs down in front of where they would be roosting at. How doable is this? Any tips are appreciated, if I hadn't been doing it myself I'd have pics!