Each year, this time of year, when the weather starts turning warm(er) [live in the mid-Atlantic states] - the husband hauls out the chicken tractors, revamps them, then tries to convince the chickens to leave their winter coop [a converted lean-to double stall] to spring/summer/fall in the tractors [we have 20 chickens, 10 per tractor] which gets moves all over our 4 acre pasture. Now, our chickens are free range in the pasture during the daylight hours. They simply are in the tractor over night. Our pasture is fully fenced and netted. Nothing in or out. I’m tired. Tired of the tractor. Tired of the fact the husband thinks these things are mobile because he’s twice my size and he can move them (I cannot, or it’s darn difficult). Tired of rehoming the chickens into the tractors. Anyone tried this tractor idea? Any success? A design of a chicken tractor you adore? Or, has anyone tried and given up? Of course, giving up means I continue to clean out the winter coop every other day instead of moving the tractor around to distribute the droppings.