I'm designing my coop to be 12x18ft shed style coop. Right now I only have 6 girls, and plan to build them a small coop for now (that I may use as a brooding coop or juvenile coop when I expand my flock) but I'm already planning ahead for when I expand my flock to 25-30 birds in the next few months to a year. My question is can insulated coops get too hot in the summer time? I live in South Central Kentucky. We get every type of weather. HOTT summers and COLD winters. I plan for my coop to be 7-8 feet in height with a 9/12 pitch roof (pretty steep) The ceiling will be open to the roof and I plan to do a metal roof. Trees will be shading the coop for the most part with foliage on the trees in the summer. I also plan to put two fans with vent openings in both gabled ends and windows (plenty of ventilation). Should I not insulate my coop or will insulation be fine in the summer time?