We don't have a fancy coop like some of the ones I've seen on this site. I'm not handy with tools and my DH doesn't have much free time. We are living in a rental house and so we have just tried to make due with what we have on hand. Right now we have 3 big girls that are around 6-7 month and 7 little girls that are all about a month or so. Anyway I'm posting these pictures for y'all to get an idea of our set up and offer some suggestions for adding the little girls and dealing with the winter months. This first picture is a view from the out side of the shed. As you can see there is about a 5 foot opening/door. I think the door is on the west side. If your looking inside the door you can see the coop. It is basically a wire mesh box. Here is a shot taken from the inside of the shed. There is a "tunnel" leading outside and a "hatch" so that we can access the nesting boxes. As you can see there is space on all sides of the coop. The shed is cheap ply-board and had dry rot around the ground. The roof is tin and there is a 3-4 inch opening between the wall and roof. We are thinking we need to: 1) insulate the walls, 2)patch the dry rot and 3)maybe hang a tarp over the opening to keep the wind out. Any opinions and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.