So after recently losing my whole flock, i was planning on hatching out some chickens in the spring, around march. Right now my coop can only fit (12 bantams) and when we first built it, we thought that we wouldn't have more chickens then that... Recently.... chicken math is setting in.....it feels like 12 chickens just isn't enough We don't have alot of money(i haven't even really told my fiance that i want to expand ) I don't think he will want to build another coop again (neither would i for that matter ), so i'm trying to think of nice cheap ways to add more space. So ive been thinking about buying a cheap shed or something, then altering it. Then i would have 1 coop and 1 shed coop both having separate pens/runs. I could then have 20 or so chickens and be satisfied I found this decently priced shed here: http://www.homedepot.com/Storage-Organization-Sheds-Garages-Outdoor-Storage-Sheds-Metal/h_d1/N-5yc1vZbu95/R-100119313/h_d2/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053 It seems to be big enough for what i would want but then it hit me that ventilation may be an issue . Its steel and i don't know what we can do if we needed to add vents or windows... What cuts steel Anyone have any ideas?