So I'm planing a 3 hen coop/chicken tractor for this spring and I'd love some feedback. The dimensions will either be 4x6 (with a 2x4 coop) or 4x8 (with a 2x6 coop) and everything not sheathed in plywood will be covered in .5" hardware cloth. It should be a 4' equilateral triangle from the end to utilize the most out of 8' 2"x4"s and 4'x8' sheets of plywood. The enclosed coop will have one end dedicated to a nesting box. I haven't decided which end the handles will go on and which the wheels will be on. I plan on using a 'flip under' style wheel attachment. Here is a google doc of my incredibly imprecise plans https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1jwCKuy5Aqf3-pEtV6u2fz8hteD8UDMyg6TjTM8gZ7rs/edit A few other notes; I'm from Minnesota so it gets cold here, although my backyard is fairly well sheltered. I do get possums, raccoons, coyotes and birds of prey from time to time, even though I'm in the dense suburbs less than 10 min from downtown Minneapolis. I'm planning on moving this every day or other day to give my hens natural grazing opportunities. Any and all comments, questions and advice are welcome!