I am really winging this...it is my first real building project and for some reason I decided to build it out of scavenged wood and supplies. In the end I *will* have a beautiful coop that cost me about $20 in nails and screws. Well, it might not be beautiful! My question is about the floor. The coop is raised ...my yard isn't level, so it is about 4" on one side and 12" on the other. I have plywood to put down, but I wonder if it isn't better to make the floor something that poop will fall through. Chicken wire, maybe? But then I wonder if that is ok for their feet...and won't it make it too cold in the winter? Is it better to have a wooden floor and just plan on scooping out the bedding from time to time? Do they mostly poop while roosting, so is it most important to have something under their roost that is easy to clean? I can't pour concrete, and I am doing this myself so it needs to be pretty simple! What have you all done?