I have the chance to buy some plywood that is 5/16 thick and am thinking I could use it to sheet the new coop instead of siding. found it on craigslist. It says 20 or so sheets of 5/16" plywood with 1x4 frames measure 3' 7"x 7' 1" $6 each and about 15 5'1"x7'5" Has 1x4 down the 4' seam. $8 each. It would save me some dough for sure. I have the walls framed and would certainly have to adjust the panels to fit. Not an issue since I do have a lot of tools and know how to use them. Big question is if 5/16 is thick enough. ( I am thinking the siding is about the same thickness) I would like input since DH is looking to go up there soon. New coop size is 8x16 with a 4' and a 7' wall (east is 4' and west is 7').