So I've seen lots of photos of coops with nice roost boxes and nesting areas you can access from outside, and then small runs attached (usually about 3ft high and maybe 5-10 ft long). So I'm wondering.... how in the world do people with these low coop runs, catch their chickens? Without the whole flock flying out (if you open the top)? I can't see a way to reach in and grab a specific chicken while they are running around in something like that. My own coop is 15ft long, 8ft wide and 7 ft high. I can walk around it nicely. But I need to build several smaller coops (I can't afford 2-3 more coops that big, it took a lot of materials) to separate roosters and their hens for specific breeding. But... I don't know. An enclosure that I can't walk into just seems really WEIRD to me, but I am used to Bengal housecats and Wolfdogs. How do you clean the run without them getting out? Where I need to put the small coops is on a big area of concrete under shade, so I can't just move it do a different patch of grass; I need to be able to shovel it clean, without all the chickens getting out. And building the whole thing off the ground will be a real hassle, because that's a lot of extra mesh for the floor that I would have to put in, etc. Also - can the different coops share a mesh wall? Or will the roosters try and fight through it? I'm not bringing in a bunch of adult roos, but buying chicks or hatching eggs and then raising them up, so they will know each other before the hormones kick in. Or do I need to separate them with a solid wall? Just trying to find good space-saving designs for multiple coops next to each other on concrete. Yes, that really IS the only extra spot I have to put them. Everything else is a 45 degree angle, with lush and probably toxic ground cover that the landowners say I can't pull out.