Hello! Thought people might like watching my coop "grow"! You always hear about the tiny dodgy ebay coops on here, and to stay away from them. I bought one two years ago for two bantam hens and it has served me well as they free range for half the day. No rot because it sits on a concrete slab and I re-oil it twice a year. Even stood up to a boisterous 30 kilo golden retriever puppy bouncing off it learning what chickens were! This year my hens started to lay less, so I planned on getting two new girls and to prepare for them I scrubbed the inside of my coop and painted it white. Then I was inspired...... Now my four hens get along in their clearly (even for free ranging) too small coop, the fun of planning could start! I drew up plans for ages and have settled on one to make the run at LEAST 8 times bigger, and turn the entire original coop/run combo into just a coop! With high roosts and an indoor feeding/water area! (and room for more hens!!! ) This is my original coop (the rabbit cage on the right is where the pullets lived until they were big enough to meet the big girls) Today I extended the run, as usual when doing something with THEIR stuff, I was closely supervised! Run wall all finished, I know it's low but I will be covering the whole thing with bird netting once the coop is done too, they now also have "Rocky" the "rooster" as company To celebrate their big run they got a corn on the cob, which they ate in hyper speed! That's Milly and Heather the hens at the back, and Echo and Ebony the pullets at the front! They love it so much already that I think they will poop themselves when I see what I have planned for their coop extension!!