My name is Dave. If you are trying to figure out my username let me help you out. I am am a Sig Sauer fan, hence the Sig. Years ago an employee told me I looked like Waldo. So SigWaldo was born. As far as chickens go I would say my knowledge is that of a 1st grader. But I am a quick learner. I am excited to learn from you all. I built a quick pull around the yard style coop because we had to move fast. My wife had found 3 Black Star pullets that were 18 weeks old. In order to get them before they were gone we had to move quickly. Wanting to build a more permanent home for the gals. So looking for ideas. Have seen the Wichita Cabin coop that looks good. But would definitely like to see other ideas. S.E. Idaho is at about 4700 feet. It is a high desert plain with VERY long cold winters. Also the little ladies are now 21 weeks old. Shouldn't we start seeing some production by now. They have good fresh water and a good layer feed. And extra lighting to extend their day. Anything else I can be doing?