This is my first attempt at designing a chicken coop! So, I wanted to know if it looked like it would work. We're going to have 3 chickens: 2 standard and a bantam. The coop is going to be built next to our 6' concrete fence. So, the left side and the back of the coop are going to be up against the fence. The ground also used to be a walkway, so it's mostly going to sit on cement as well. There are a couple inches in the middle that are just dirt, but it's mostly cement. We're going to use the deep litter method in the coop and put gravel and sand in the run. Sorry for the image quality! But, if you can't read it, here's what everything is: -My boyfriend wanted to build the coop like you would a fence, so there are six 4"x4" posts that are set into concrete two feet underground. There are one on each side of the coop and two on the end of the run. The run is going to be attached to the coop, so two of the posts holding up the coop are also going to be supporting the run. -That means that the first two feet are below ground, the greyed in layer is ground level, and everything above that is above ground! Coop: -The coop is 2' off the ground. We live in Oregon, it rains 9 months out of the year. So, we wanted it to be high enough not to be sitting in puddles of water. It's pretty much a 3'x3' box. The roof slopes down, so the right side is really 4'. -The roof is going to be made of tin. It runs into a gutter (which is the greyed in area). -The door for the chickens to come in and out of is 1'x1'. It will slide open and closed. -There's a window next to it that is really more of a very large vent than a window. It's an 18.5"x18.5" octagon. It has wooden slats and mesh between them. -The front side has 2' wide vents on the top and bottom as well. They're mesh. -There are two nest boxes on the front side. They're 1'x1'x1' each and 1' off the ground. -That entire wall hinges open to make it easier to clean. -You can't see it, but inside the coop there's going to be a roost that runs from the front to the back of the coop on the left side. And another one that runs from the left to the right side in the back. Run: -The run is 7'x3'. It doesn't go under the coop. We figured that it rained too much, it would just get messy under there and that it would be easier to coral them into the coop at night if they couldn't run under the coop. -There's going to be 2"x4" pieces of wood that run along the base of the entire coop to keep the gravel and sand in. -We were worried about gravel getting in and since the coop is only 3' tall, the top of the run hinges open. -We're also going to have to put a piece of plywood or something on top of the run to keep the rain out. We haven't decided if that's going to hinge open like the run or just be a piece of wood we put on and off when it needs it.