I'd love some advice from the experts about the best layout for the inside of my coop.
I have a rough outline above. It will have a lean to/skillion roof that is 8' in front and 6.5' in back (no real snow to speak of here) that will extend out to the left over a portion of the run. The rest of the run will be covered in hardware cloth. The coop will be attached to the shed which will also house a grow out pen for my babies with their own door and fenced section. We need a human door to enter the shed and then another into the coop portion. There will also be a human door to enter the run, but only a chicken door from the run directly into the coop. I'd like it to open into the hardware cloth covered run because that is what faces our house, and I'd like it easily visible. I plan to have 2 windows on that same front wall and one on either side.
Hope my wordy explanation give you an idea of what I'm talking about. Here is where I'd like your help. Where do you suggest I place the roosting bar(s) with poop board below- including height, nesting boxes (want them to open into the shed for egg collection), and human door to enter the coop for cleaning and to check on my girls?
Am I forgetting anything? Food/water will be in the roof covered portion of the run.
Thanks for any suggestions!