Hi All - I'm in the midst of a coop building project. (See this thread: https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=513495) I'm constructing a 12' x 12' coop and we're getting to the stage where I need to start thinking about siding. My goal is to try and build the coop entirely out of salvaged materials... AND make it looks really nice However I've run into a wall with the siding. I scour Craigslist daily but no luck yet. To cover a coop so large I will need about 288 SF. If I need to break down and buy siding, what would be the cheapest way? I looking into Hardiboard and at $33 a sheet I just can't do that. I can't justify spending $400 in siding alone. I found a couple of other siding options that were a little cheaper but not as much as I would like. Since quite a few people on BYC have undertaken recycled material coop projects I thought I would put it out here - Does anyone have any ideas on cheaper options for siding? I'm totally happy to get creative as long as it will look nice once painted.