My family( extended included) is trying to really go green right now. Economics what they are plus our North American consumer driven mentality has lead us to wanting to do away with our consumer shackles and discontinue our wasteful ways. So, this means that not only do we want to have chickens for our own eggs( and possibly for food, but we haven't fully decided to dig into that bowl of soup until we get a better feel for poultry propagation) but we want to make the most of everything they provide. that means making the best of the chicken poop from the chicken coop, and the chickens natural desire to consume bugs. We already have quite a large garden area, but the soil is poor, it is full of wood bugs and other root eating vermin, and has gone a tad feral. So now we want to try and plan the chicken coop to aid us in our gardening endeavors. Any advice on how to best create a chicken coop that can either double as a greenhouse or, can be easily moved so that the area where the chicken coop was will have enriched soil and less bugs? We are planning on having 10 laying hens right now, but the number seems to keep going up( it started at 4 ) Also, if you have pictures of your successful chicken coop/green house I would LOVE to see them.