Im getting new chicks in a few months and I need to build a second coop to house the new chickens until there old enough to go with the Faverolles. I'm getting around 10. Around our area we have A Lot of apples which means A Lot of old apple bins that orchardists say as free wood. We take this to our advantages(this is for FFA remind you and Im on a budget and need to save money in every way possible), I converted it to hold the chicks in until they could go out to the coop, than I put deviders and flipped it on to the side to make nesting boxes. Another one is one they can jump on and go inside, and one turned into there roost. I would like to use more of the bins to build the new coop, the other one is a old storage shed I converted into a coop. I don't know how big I should build it. I was thinking to make it to where the chickens can choose to what coop they could sleep in at night. The new one will also have a run with maybe 2-4 nesting boxes. I don't want it as big as the one I have now but so it still works to where I can still get the eggs and put food and water in. I just need some ideas on what I should do and as cheep as possible but still look good in the back yard so it won't look like a dump back there. Any ideas would be great, thanks!