I just joined this website and am SO grateful for all the guidance! I'm very excited, because we were recently able to buy 10 acres and now I can have the chickens I've always wanted. The property we bought has an *OLD* travel trailer on it with most of the innards removed already. It's not moveable, bit it's still pretty weatherproof, and I'm thinking of converting it to a coop. I *think* that I'll be able to create a coop for less than the cost of building a new structure if I just paint, ventilate, put in vinyl flooring or similar, insulate, cut openings to add bigger windows and a nest access, and build the dividers and roosts myself. If anyone has advice on this I would love to hear it. I've seen info on RV trailer-conversion on few pages and videos on this site and the Internet, but it seems that they refer to newer trailers which can be moved. (I can't post an image because I 'm a newbie--understandable.) Thanks in advance!