I have an older horse trailer that I've allowed my goats to use as a run in for the past year or so. It's in decent shape for that.. Good floor, doesn't leak, but I wouldn't trust it going down the road with any of my horses in it. Then I got chicks.. Then I made an incubator and got some eggs.. Now I need a chicken coop, or 2 since the chicks are leghorns and RHRs and the eggs are silkies. First thought I was thinking.. Maybe I could use the front half of the trailer for the chickens.. Make it 2 stories, silkies to live on the first floor. There's a full size escape door so I'd have easy access. I don't mind cutting holes in the trailer and making some ramps/doors and a protective run for the silkies. The other chickens can sorta free range with the goats, who have a 75' x 75' pen fenced with board fence lined with 2" x 4" welded wire fence. Or I could use the trailer for the leghorns and RHRs and build a separate, more traditional coop for the silkies. I can picture both in my head, I just don't know if it's practical. Thoughts?