My dad built a shed/coop (lean two). Half shed, but not developed yet and a fenced in coop on the other side. 1.We have one window in the coop side that I have cracked open for air. 2. We use wood shavings on a cemant floor, and it gets so dusty in there. I am allergic to dust, so I battle everytime I enter. 3.The door into the bldg is on the shed side We have a screened opening abov the door to help with the dampness. 4.I have cleaned the shavings out once this yr. 5. We have a heat lamp, two other lightbulbs (like the kind of lamps used for a barn) and a floor heater. It stays in between 40-50 degrees in there, enough so the water does not freeze. 6. We put the girls (6 Isa Browns) in there, with a pretty big run from a tractor which we used all summer (it was falling apart and my dad had installed metal pipes-if you dont think that was heavey). 7.They have devoured the run and no grass remains. Is it ok to put some straw in the run for the winter?? They do not want to go outside. 8. I wish I could put pictures up, but it just not working for me. 9.We have 6 girls. We do not have laying boxes so they lay their eggs on the wood shavings in a corner. 10. We do not have any fan or vent in there, just the window and a screened in portion above the door. 11. We are trying out best, and love our girls very very much. 12. At what tempeture should I not leave them go out? I am afraid of frost bit combs. 13. And we would like to find a tractor that is easy to build, and econmonical to build. And "I DO" need floors plans with measurments-that how my dad works. I appreciate all the help you have gave me thus far- and I hope to gain more knowledge and wisdom with our girls. Thanks!