I am planning for my first flock of chicks this coming spring. My coop is 8x8 with 2 roost poles 8' long each and room to add a third. It has 5 nest boxes and room for a couple more if needed. We purposely kept the size of the coop on the small side so we can move it from place to place in our pastures and yard. I was thinking of getting at least 15 chicks but would love more! Like at least another 5! I know we have plenty of outside space for free ranging, the yard is several acres and the pastures are about 8-10 acres total (divided into 4 quadrants), but I am worried about the coop space. How many can it accomodate safely? Each pasture quadrant has a small barn or run-in shed as well, but they would not be closed and predator proof like the coop. What are your thoughts?