i have eight new chicks - one appears to be a roo but time will tell. all the breeds claim to bear confinement well - 2 wyandottes, 1 barred rock, 2 rhode reds and 3 cochins. heres the thing: the girls will have a nice run area - 10x10 however, our coop is on the small side - just 18 sq feet on the floor with another 4 feet in a loft up top. there are two nesting boxes and plenty of roost space - at least 12 linear feet. the hens will have about 3/4 of an acre to free range during the day, being confined to the run only when we are away (at market or such) in the winter there is a cover over the run so they will have an outdoor space free of deep snow. is my coop way too small??? reading here 4 feet each bird has made me concerned since mine are getting just over 2 each - any thoughts?