Hi. or cluck? Has anyone a rational reason why Coreflute, the double walled plastic sheeting used for real-estate signage, wouldn't work as flooring/droppings tray or other coop purpose? I think it's the most under-utilised repurposeable product around. Every real-estate office uses them, usually with pictures on them making them non-reusable for them and therefore regularly available from them for free. They are semi-flexible, Light weight, translucent, waterproof, hygienic, strong, virtually non-stick, U.V. stable? usually an attractive semi-gloss white (on one side anyway), easily clipped onto mesh as weather-proofing, will fit into any slot or plastic channeling where glass or Perspex would work, easily stapled and/or silicone sealed above windows or doors as an awning, e.t.c. If no one can think of a downside I'm going to use it to replace the window on the end of a fibreglass pick-up canopy thereby reducing the tractors overall weight a little, Assuming the chickens won't pick apart the fibreglass. What's the consensus of opinion here? Do chooks require/prefer all of a tractors run as shade or do they require some full sun? If shaded what percent shadecloth? What is "hardware cloth"? wouldn't life be simpler if we all called things by the same names? I'm glad I live in Oz, Raccoons sound annoying. Now if only the British hadn't brought foxes and rabbits here so they would have something to hunt.