Hello everyone... I have been researching/lurking around on here for a month and decided I'm going to get some quail in a month or two. I want to make my coop, brooder and incubator first. I have a question about the location of my coop. I have a detached garage that is behind my house. My fence line is about 3 feet behind and on the side of the garage. Its pretty much waisted space. I was thinking of placing my coop in there. This space is 3 feet wide with a 6 foot tall wood fence on the left and 10 foot tall garage on the right. I was planning a 3 tier coop, 3 feet in depth with removable poop pans to clean out. Each tier would be 9 square feet. Bottom 2 tiers would be for meat production (9 birds each) and the top for egg production with probably 3 female and 1 male. I live in Arizona and it gets HOT as you know what! the front and back of coop will be open with hardware cloth. Will this be enough air flow? I was planning a drop down panel on the back hooked to a pulley where i can pull a rope and "close" the back when its windy/rainy. I know I will need a light to keep my egg layers laying in the winter.Anyone see any flaws or have any ideas that might work better? ANY help is greatly appreciated, I am new to this, Done a ton of research and Im ready to start building! I just want to make sure Im on the right track. Thanks guys and gals! One more thing, if there is anyone in the phoenix area that will have some fertile Texas a&m eggs for sale in about a month please let me know. Thanks again!