I've never really had much experience with constructing things like chicken coops but about 4 months ago I decided I really wanted to get chickens. I had little knowledge of chickens back then but I was just so excited about the idea of them I started building a coop without having done the proper research. Now I sit here wishing I had done many things differently and I'm always pondering how to fix or modify my coop. I really don't have enough space for the amount of chickens I desire and after long consideration I'm thinking of just spending a few hundred dollars and building them a new coop altogether. I also feel a bit more experienced with construction and think I could make them a pretty nice little house, a lot nicer than the shanty they are living in now. Ok, I'll get to the point. I have this coop, my first ever real construction project that I did myself(so I don't really want to scrap it), and I was wondering what other possible uses I could have for it. I have been looking at other poultry, namely turkeys and pheasants, and was wondering if this old coop would work or if those birds require something a chicken coop doesn't usually provide. Here is the old coop, built out of about 90% recycled materials. It looks a lot different now, mainly because this is an old pic, before it was painted and predator-proofed. It's now safe. I was thinking about getting 4 or 5 midget white turkeys for this coop, they are a smaller breed of turkey. I just hope I don't get crazy about turkeys too and end up building them their own brand new house.. anyways thanks for listening.