Hey all. I think I need more space. I have 200 or so square feet under a roof as coop and run. 19 birds. That's adequate as a coop at about 10 sq ft per bird but shorts them on run space by the recommended numbers. My coop is a tall enclosed shed attached to my barn. I have a big empty stall in the barn adjacent I could expand into (likely a real big pain to predator proof). Or I could add run space outdoors. I think I'd rather add run outside so they have some sun. I would like to have roofing over part of the addition, possibly skylight style clear panels. Then maybe I could steal a bit of space for starting plants in the spring. This will be attached to the barn wall also. The cattle panel hoop coops are appealing for their economy and ease of building. I think I could put the clear flexible roofing panels up for partial roofing. My thought is to anchor the panels maybe 7 feet up on the barn wall, then bend and attach to a ground level frame about 9 feet out. Like a half hoop if that makes sense. If the panels bent uniformly I would have a nice partially covered run with zero framing, just a few planks(I have dimensional 4x6s) on the ground. Anyone know what shape they would want to take in this configuration? Would they still be strong for snow load like they are in a full hoop? Thanks for any opinions or experience.