I've recently purchased my first real sizable flock from Metzers and TSC, I've got 2 female Rouens, 4 female Pekins, 14 female Campbells, and 5 male Campbells. I chose these ducks because I own a local bakery and will use the eggs in baking to supplement my needs there, and we have a local market for ducklings as well as meat that is locally grown to complement my locally grown garden and honey. I've owned 3 hens for about a year now and they have served my purposes for eggs so far, but I've needed to upgrade their run for a while now since were about a wind storm away from having no chickens. They currently have one of those small chicken tractor type coops from TSC and I've wanted to give them somewhere to stretch their wings for a while. I figured now would be a good time to finally build my 3 chickens and my eventual full grown ducks a decent dwelling. I read from metzers that ducks need about 4 sqft of housing per duck and that doubling that amount will allow for 50% better usage of their bedding, I've also read that chickens need about 75% of the space of ducks, so if my math is right, I will need somewhere around 218 square feet for my flock. I've looked just about everywhere for sheds, barns, coops, anything that could be used as a shelter and I am honestly not finding anything that isn't going to cost me several thousands of dollars if not over $10,00 in some cases. I've looked into building something myself but I'm no carpenter and even if i were a even slightly knowledgeable in any way, I wouldn't even know where to begin with finding blueprints or plans to build something sturdy and sustainable. I'm looking for something on the cheaper side, that will support a flock my size.