Got to start off with "My Poor Husband". Ok, I am done. He is building the coop for the girls and boy and he has some questions. Actually the way he said it is could I post his questions on that crazy chicken site (trust me, he loves the chickens. He is the one that named them Teriyaki, Nuggets, Strips, Crispy, Fried, and Baked): 1. We get wind and pretty strong storms that come through. Does the coop need to be insulated? And he built it with sliders on the bottom to move it around, should the chickens be moved indoors in the winter time? 2. Should the floor be wired mesh or plywood? 3. It is big enough for two levels (about a 4x6x10) and wondering what the height of the second level should be? 4. Should the coop be flushed with the ground? 5. Should the whole enclosure be covered in chicken wire? 6. The babies are about 5 weeks old now, when is a good age for them to go into their new home? In Colorado, we have frost until around Mother's Day and are not supposed to plant a garden technically until then. He is wondering if this is true with the babies. Thank you again, my fellow chicken friends.