So I'm at my local farm and home picking up some stuff and notice a brochure laying on the counter. One that outlines poultry and rabbit products. The first 3 pages features pictures of coops they sell, and on page 1 I spot this bit of information: So according to whoever wrote this, chickens only need 1.5 SF of interior space for their coop? The run offers 4 SF, so this little coop with it's 7.97 SF of roosting area is good for 6 full sized adult chickens? If so, this explains a lot......they are using the covered run for the generally accepted amount of required space. The inside is only for roosting, laying eggs and such. Would be curious where they came up with this as far as space needs, etc. Curious if this is based on any type of documented research or what standard they used to determine it?