New chicken friend here. Been lurking for awhile and finally ready to post my new coop! No chickens yet, but we're hoping to get 2-3 Easter Eggers. If after a year, we're really enjoying the art of city hens, we will build/invest in a larger, more appropriate coop. For now, though, do you think this will be sufficient with some modifications for 2-3 Easter Eggers? I'm leaning towards 2...The coop and run is 30ish sq feet. 6.5 feet long, 5 feet tall, 3.5 feet wide in total. We will also be putting a fence around the area where the coop is. It's a safe haven from wind behind our garage. The hens will have free range within that fenced area during the weekends and after work in the evenings for a couple hours. Additionally, we have a large, fenced yard - but they will probably not have access to that. We will be fitting those boards around the bottom for extra stability. We sealed the whole thing with Thompson's water seal. We will also be sealing some areas around the roof, adding predator-proof locks, some simple insulation for winter, and a solar light. We'll be fitting a sandbox underneath that we currently have sitting in our yard. Going to put hardware cloth under the box to keep critters from digging their way up. It will be pretty secure and also leveled. Food and water will go below in the covered (by the coop above) and enclosed portion of the run and up on pavers. We will be putting fitted clear material around the run in the winter with velcro or magnets to keep out wind/snow (Wisconsin). My main concern is the coop itself. There are 2 nest boxes, but the roosts are low to the ground (there is a pull out tray that we will probably just put a board over with pine shavings). If I raise the roosts above the nest boxes, then the hens would be too close to the ceiling vent. Could I put a cover over the door and vent to provide extra protection from drafts? Will this coop fit 2 Easter Eggers? I thought that would be a good breed since they have pea combs for the WI winters, and aren't huge birds. Picture attached. Collie for scale. I'm learning, so please go at least kind of easy on me - thanks friends!