For those of you with Chicken Tractors, do you actually move it often? I've looked at gobs and gobs of pictures of tractors, with wheels, without wheels, A-frams, detachable runs, etc. But I keep thinking they can't be all that easy to actually move. And if they aren't easy to move it will end up not being used (as have coop w/ large run). We want to use a chicken tractor to build up soil for new garden beds (Chicken Tractor by Lee & Foreman has great info on doing this). We actually already built a Catawba Coop A-Frame which we/our chickens don't like - looks great, but the functionality just isn't there and it is HEAVY (it'd be good for bantams so no insult intended - and great learning experience). I've drown up my own plans to include all the easy access stuff I want but I keep thinking about how to revise them to add wheels, put it on a cart, make it so the hen-house detaches and is smaller/lighter/easier to move. All those variations. Any input from those of you who have tractors and move them - things you like or would change if you had it to do over again would be great! Thanks so much!