Hello fellow chicken peeps! I need some suggestions, opinions and advice from those who have more knowledge and experience than me. I live in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and our weather is crazy! I want to have a coop that will keep my future girls (3-4) warm in the winter and comfortable in the summer. Our weather has changed quite a bit in recent years. Cold in winter, bitter cold, even below freezing at times; wind chills, ice...you get the idea. Our Springtime starts to warm up and by summer we are roasting...literally. Our temps are in the upper 90's during the day and stays in the upper 60's to mid 70's at night. I want the best kind of tractor coop I can have built or purchase on a budget of no more than $700.00, as I will need a run as well. I've seen alot of great coop designs here but no one lists what the materials COST. I also am outside the city limits but still in a residential area; I can have up to 10 chickens if I wanted, but 3-4 will do for now. I want a tractor coop because I need to be able to move it myself if need be....and a run is an absolute as I have many predators in the area, to include hawks, owls, skunks, racoons and stray cats. PLEASE lend me your words of wisdom.....I keep hearing that the manufactured coops aren't well built for the cost. I've looked on Craig's list and there are a few coops people have for sale but I have no way to pick one up, they don't deliver. I do have a neighbor that is willing to build a coop for me if necessary, we haven't talked price yet. I thought I'd do some more asking/shopping around first. Thanks so much for any help!!