So I have looked and looked for pictures of converted stalls to coops and haven't found a ton of great pictures for ideas. I have a big coop in one area with an attached run (on the other side of the property from the horse barn). Hubby and I (mostly me ) decided we needed some chickens to be down in the barn to clean up the left over horse feed and to kick around the muck pile and eat bugs. So the project of converting one of the 4 stalls we have to a chicken coop began. The stall is essentially 8x10. I plan on trying to model it after my current coop because that layout is working beautifully for me. Any suggestions and pictures would be great. I haven't done too much on it yet but I am hoping to have it done with in a month or so. I am planning on the chicks staying in the stall until they are plenty big enough to free range safely. I only plan on letting them free range when we are home (one of us almost always is) and it would be for probably a minimum of 6 hours of free ranging time. Some other important plans: -I will cover the window with hardware cloth and make some shutters so i can shut it if need be. -I have hardware cloth to put over the opening in the stall door too -I am going to cover the top of the stall, but whats best? Fencing? Wood? Not sure yet. That's last on the list. Here's some pictures of the rough start. It had pallets on the floor from hay, but the actual floor is cement. I plan on using sand for bedding. And then here's the barn. It's going to be in the second stall with the opening in the door. The first is my tack room, then will be the chickens Thoughts?