Hi all, this is my second post, we're three days into chicken farming. We inherited 5 5-month olds (2 roosters, 3 pullets) on Monday around 7 PM - and I need a coop to keep them in that night. This is what I came up with by 11 - bed time for me. Please take a look and offer any suggestions. I'm not planning to keep the birds in the winter, just want to get a few eggs before we put them in the freezer. We plan to free range all day (starting tomorrow) with a little feed in the evenings to entice them back to the coop for lights out. Basic details about the coop: the roof hinges up in four sections on each side for easy cleaning, egg finding, feeding/watering, bird catching, etc. The roof locks in place with the 2x4 for windy weather a sliding door to let the birds in and out the roost is away from the 2x4 welded wire on the ends so the coons can't reach the roosing area. it's on an old wood trailer that can be pulled around to new areas of the yard or woods if needed (or into the garden after harvest). 1 nest box (not pictured) 10" x 18" about 18" off the floor. the coop is 5' x 7' so 35 sq. feet of space for four birds. total cost for the coop was $0. I do want to buy some hinges to replace the nails on the roof peak. One rooster went into the freezer last night - so we're down to 4 birds. I'm hoping the remaining rooster will help protect the others from hawks, etc. during the day when they are out. Here are pictures. Is there anything I'm missing?