I started collecting cull wood from Home Depot the end of last summer. For $25.00 I loaded the bed of my pick-up with all dimentions of wood, none of them much longer than 4 feet. I built this almost completely by myself with a little assistance from my dad to help set the trusses and my 12 year old son to help set the tile. I hesitate to include plans because this is the biggest Mickey Mouse production I've ever encountered! I did break down and bought 3, 2 X 4 X 10's and 2, 4 X 8 sheets of plywood. The rest is piece work. Dimentions are 8' x 8' with the peak at 7' and side walls at 4' but they are up on skids so that puts them up at 4'8" from ground level. The tile was left over from our house and instead of using roofing board, I just did it the old mexican style - laying 1 x 4 runners across the trusses every 12 inches and then just laying the tile on them. I bought "oops paint" at Home Depot; $15.00 for 5 gallons of exterior in a tan color that just happened to match our house (that made my Husband really happy) and $5.00 for a gallon of chocolate brown for the trim. This is the back side. I've planted a yellow with orange tipped climbing rose on the trellis and used 1/4 inch welded wire for the windows. My Leghorn Roo is doing his weather vane impression. The front view. The inside is not done yet - it needs painted and I want nice nest boxes mounted to the walls. My hens should start to lay in the next few weeks so I need to hop to it. I still want to put more trim on to hide all the joints and add some custom painting too along with a fenced & covered run. Any ideas on what to name it? So far the coyotes have not been able to get at my birds but every morning they come up, circle around and leave. I'll add more pics as I get them. I haven't had alot of time to work on this.