We are at the finishing stages of our coop and run...coop is 8`x 10`fully insullated, shingled roof, wired for electiricy and preditor protected. Our nesting boxes are external to the floor space so we have a full 8`x10`to work with floor space wise. We have included two run doors to allow for dividing the coop and run if recommended and now are asking for ideas for the final stage of dividing spaces to accomodate the needs of our flock. We are raising birds for eggs and meat (sorry little roos ) and are looking for thoughts and advice on how we should divide up the coop. Our plan is to keep 8-10 hens and rotate through about the same number of meat birds. The outdoor run is about 450 sq ft. Because our little granddaughter is quite involved, we will be sticking to breeds that are more on the docile end of the scale (we currently have Australorps and Australorp/Ameraucana X`s that are currently 5 weeks and 1 week old and will be trying other breeds as time goes on). Your suggestions would be HUGELY appreciated. I have attached some older photos to give a visual. We will be preditor protecting the underpart so they have a place to go ouside on rainy days (we live on Vancouver Island so there are a few of those).