Hi guys, new here & to the chick world. Our family of 6 (4 daughters) grew when we got 9 (10 but one died) baby chicks. - 6 red Rangers and 3 buff Orpinghtons. Right now they are being spoiled in a small box in our living room. The reds are growing fast! We are building a larger coop when the weather is better but we've been having some rainy chilly days here. I've been looking at pre-made coops all over the Internet. From amazon to tractor supply and even target. I'm really nervous about throwing away a couple hundred bucks. I've been reading about thin boards and just worthless coops. We still have a few weeks to go before we transition the babies outside but I'd like to buy a coop (under $300) if possible that would fit about 4+ chickens. We likely will give all the roosters away so I'm assuming we will have about that many when we know which are female maybe more or less. Right now I'm comfortable with spending about $300 until we really figure out what we are going to be doing. Do you have a recommendation on a prefab coop that could last us longer than a year? I know building will be most cost effective and durable but it's just not something we can do until summer but even so I'd still like to make use of the coop we purchase and get our money worth. Thanks so much in advance!!