Would this be adequate shelter for a S. Michigan winter/ Last summer, I made this structure for the turkeys for a nighttime/ out of the weather/ winter shelter. I did the same thing 2 years ago for my chickens, and last year for the ducks, and it seemed to be OK for them through 2 and 1 winters past respectively. It's a little crude, but I did this essentially for free, out of entirely "recycled" materials that I found (mostly on trash day) or was given or already had and wasn't using for the original purpose. Total out of pocket cost to make this was like $50. It is about 8 feet wide x 16 feet long. It is basically made from pallets for the side walls, with a greenhouse type roof. It is covered on three sides with greenhouse poly on the outside. The front opens to the outdoor enclosure through two doors that swing open -- total opening size there is about 3 feet wide x 4 feet high. So, it stays very dry inside, no rain/snow can get inside of it. Do you think I should make some kind of "doghouse" type thing inside of this? Would the turkeys use it, or just continue to use their roost (the willow branches, which they took to the very first night the turkeys were in there!)??? I made doghouse style "coops" both for my chickens and ducks, and they refused to use them for sleeping. The chickens lay eggs in the coop. The ducks NEVER voluntarily set foot in it. I put them in it for a few nights, but they seemed to just hate it. The ducks just sleep in a pile in the corner and seem happy that way. Like the chickens, I wonder if the turkeys wouldn't just prefer to roost and would ignore any kind of a coop/doghouse type thing.