I need a bigger barn for the goats since I'm seriously considering adding more goats next year but we cannot build anything over 10x10 without a permit here and we won't qualify for a permit. I already have a 13x17ft building that the chickens are currently living in that has a cement (sort of LOL) foundation and is insulated minimally. It fronts onto the driveway and would have great access to their pasture plus I could move their buck fence pen to the back of the building so they'd have a drylot pen plus their fields. That would mean I would need to move both the chickens and ducks (in a smaller different house about 5 ft from the chicken yard). The ducks I think I have solved the problem, build a small low walled house just on the inside of my picket fence in the front yard, they free range all day with the EE hens who I can't seem to contain in any sort of pen LOL, they'd have a small pen as well likely but would have free range of the yard most days. Again back to the issue of building for the chickens, we have 19 hens and are hoping to add 5 more in the spring. I was thinking of building my new chicken coop atop a hay wagon or trailer and parking it at the bottom of my yard with an attached yard. This would make it so the building is not permanent and thus the building permits would not apply to this situation and would provide the chickens (hopefully!) with a larger house. Does this sound plausible to you guys?