So I recieved a lot of help with my last question, and now I have another one. The two major projects in front of us this year are the coop and I'm also in need of a garden shed in a bad way. Now that you fine chicken people have helped me realize that I'm better off putting the coop/run closer to the house and abandoning my previous plan, I had an idea. Would it make sense to do an all-in-one with the garden shed and coop? I was thinking we could just pick up a decent sized shed from home depot, build a wall halfway through it, and convert one side into a coop and leave the other side as my garden shed space. Does this even sound like an idea to pursue? I know we'd have to do a lot to the coop side to get it right, but it can't be more work/money than building one from scratch and then still having to purchase the garden shed on top of it all. Any reason why this wouldn't be a good a idea? Any particulars I should look for in a shed if I do go this route? I'm thinking it has to be wood in order to make all the alterations easier, but anything else? I live in Minnesota if that makes any difference on what your answer would be. Also will my garden shed stink to high heaven even if I completely wall it off? I mean I think I could deal with it either way but I wouldn't want to be miserable in there as it would be somewhat of a workspace - not just storage. Thanks in advance to anyone who wants to weigh in!