First of all. My Name is David and I live in West Texas. I have spent a lot of time on this site, and just joined. Now on to my question. I am planning on building a new 2 part coop. It will be 12' by 8'. Planning on 5' by 8' for 4 RIR Hens and 1 Rooster. The other 7' by 8' will be for Cornish X Rocks. Was hoping for at least 12 birds. Due to the abundance of skunks opossums and coyotes, I am not planning on building an outdoor run. I know I have enough room for the layers. My question is if 56 sqft is enough room for 12 to 15 meat birds during their 6 to 8 week life from mailbox to the plate? I know more room would be better, but am just wanting healthy meat. Yes, a run and more room is more ethical for the birds, but it is what I have for room. Is this a realistic number of birds? I am also limited on budget. I was planning on putting up walls for the north west and east side of the coop. I will also wall between the layers and meat birds. I will use welded wire for the south side.