I'm going to be building a coop sometime this winter, and I had a thought I hoped someone here could help me with. I live in a climate where in the winter the wind howls at between 15 & 30mph until spring and the snow will fill up almost anything with a 1/4" hole in it. The wind blows mostly from the south but this makes the wind and snow always swirl wind on the north side and create monster snowdrifts. Does any one else have much experience with this problem in the winter? If so, what would be your suggestion for vent placement on your coop so the chickens don't have to go sleding?