Hello all, This is my first post on BYC (I have been observing and learning for some time) and I have some questions on my planned set up for this summer. I have never raised meat birds before and I have slightly less than a years experience with laying hens. I plan on raising 15 Cornish X's and 15 Red Rangers. I want to raise them in separate enclosures/coops in order to make a good comparison between each breed. I want to use electric poultry netting giving the chickens roughly 1600 sq ft of pasture. I will separate this in two with snow fencing or something else cheap to keep the breeds separate. I estimate I will be able to move the netting 8 times before they will have to revisit the same piece of ground and by that time they will likely be ready for slaughter. Does anyone here have experience with the electric poultry netting? I can't really afford the best of the best so I will have to go with something mid range. As far as the coops, they will only be used for a couple months a year. So I need something that I can break down for storage, is cheap and also portable so I can rotate the pasture. I have read that 2 sq ft is about the minimum and I am hoping to stick to that to keep the size down. They will have about 53 sq. ft per chicken of pasture and I plan on making some lean to's with some used roofing metal so they can have some shelter outside the coop. I can only seem to find ideas for permanent coops or chicken tractors which is not what I need for this set up. The best idea I can come up with is sort of a covered wagon style with pvc pipes for the hoops and a tarp for the canvas. What does every one else think about this set up? Is there anything I should/could do differently to improve anything? Thanks!