We need to expand our coop, and I found one that sounds great for sale nearby. Hoping someone with more experience can tell me if this one would be a good fit. We currently have 3 hens and a small coup. We placed the coop at the end of a 35 x 3 existing dog run. We barely use the run, but have ended up free ranging the chickens instead. We are on 5 acres with low lying trees and a deck the chickens love to relax under. The run is there and half covered if we need it. We just received 8 chicks, so we will have a total of 12! So my plan is to replace the coop with a bigger one that leads to the dog run. I mainly plan on free ranging, but during snow storms want to have a big coop with a sheltered run. Here are the details on the coop for sale... "The coop is built onto a 4' x 6' trailer with coop dimensions of 6' x 8' plus the nesting box extension on the front. Roof is 30 year asphalt shingles. This trailer is great for anyone with property, just hook it up behind your ATV/truck/whatever and move it from one spot to another. Hinged nesting box cover for easy convenience. Sides doors swing open for cleaning or air flow. Inside floor is fully enclosed- half solid, half metal mesh, for keeping out predators. rear door is hinged to close at night if wanted. Lots of perches inside. Plenty of room for up to 25 birds permanently, or 50 meat birds (short housing duration). Stays warm in the winter with one heat lamp." Would this be warm enough for 12 chickens? Be easy enough to clean? Provide good ventilation? We are going into our first winter with chickens and we get wind and snow! Want to make sure we have a coop that protects our girls! Anyone have any thought or things I need to consider? Thanks for reading!