The hubby and I have 20 standard chickens. Five each of RIW, NHR and BSL pullets and cockrels. We have made a 10x10 coop with a totally enclosed fenced run of the same dimensions. Taking into consideration that math doesn't like me, (although I've tried for years for a reconciliation ), my total square feet for the coop would be 100 feet. Is that correct? If it is, then we currently have 80 square feet spoken for. If so, here is the other problem. DH and I both are addicts. See now that we admit it, we can start to fix it (but why)? We are wanting to increase our numbers. Since most places you order from require a minimum of 25 chicks (and if we run up to see 4H mom I can't begin to tell you how many, since she now has started to build Noah's Ark with her numbers ) is my math right when I say that we would need an additional 100 square feet of coop space for the additional chicks? Let alone any additional run space. Before we commit to anything, I want to ensure proper living conditions. We were looking into getting 5 of the Silver Laced Wyandottes, 5 of the Buff Cochins, 5 Ameraucanas and 10 of the Silver Spitzhaubens. I want to say thank you in advance for any suggestions, advise or a number to a good "cheep therapist"! Thanks everyone and have a great day.