Hi, so I recently received permission to use an old shed and I was wondering what the best way would be to transform it into a usable area to house poultry. I want to have quail, rabbits, chickens and turkeys in the barn. I have done my research and the incidence of blackhead is very low in my area, however it's still not preferred to keep turkey/quail with chickens but I don't have another choice. I will keep the turkey and quail away from the chickens until their immune system develops. The chickens and turkeys will be allowed out of the shed to roam/range but quails and rabbits will stay inside. How do you herd chickens back into the coop? There is a road in front of the shed, it's rarely used but how do I prevent chickens from straying too far or from running onto the road? The owner of the land told me to clean out the barn and throw the garbage to the side and he will clean it up later. Most of the garbage is plastics and right beside the shed, how do I prevent chickens from going there and potentially eating plastics? I want to lay down mesh (1/4" or 1/2") and put dirt and shavings down on top of it but I don't know if I should allow all the animals to be without cages and just have the entire area to roam. If I build cages I need help to optimize space and cost per animal. If I bury mesh this will protect animals from digging under, but how will I build the door to prevent animals from coming in from under it? tl;dr Need help optimizing a shed for rabbits, quails, turkeys and quails. Will bury mesh but still worried of animals coming in under door. Thanks!