Need one more piece of treated 2x4 to finish the top of the gate. About 50 more zip ties to keep the overhead netting up. And need to figure out how to cut plexi glass to make louvers for the top gable. Nex tweekend all the baby beckeyes in the basement move outside to their new home. The wire for the run is buried down two feet then one foot out. This is the bottom board that pulls out for easy cleaning. For those who aren't Buckeyes the M is the symbol of their most hated rival Michigan. My husband is a Buckeye to the absolute core of his being. The board did not come with the kit, I made it. It has solid door for winter and screen doors for summer. The roof hinges up for easy access. I need to figure out a way to lock them down. We get some hard windstorms in the spring and fall. This is Wares Chickn barn, minus the platform. It's not a product I would recommend for anyone not willing to do a lot of modifying and painting to make it work. As it comes I would expect it to last a year exposed to the elements. Like I said I'm going to make plexi glass louvers for the top gable since it will let in way to much rain as is and I want to keep the light source. The sliding doors really suck. The wood is so thin, that even painted they have all warped. I'm sure by the end of summer I will be replacing them with hinged doors. I reinforced the corners inside It's also screwed down to the bas table so nothing short of a tornado will move it.