Hi, everyone! I hope I'm posting this in the right place- my questions cover several aspects of chicken care/flock management, so this seemed like the spot. I don't have any chickens yet. After 8.5 years of marriage I've convinced my husband that a few hens would be a lovely addition to our family, and he's even (finally!) agreed to "try to eat something that came from a pet's butt." But not yet. The problem is that my husband's job will most likely require that we move every 3-5 years. We're expecting to be in Newfoundland some time next summer, so we won't be getting our girls until then, much as it breaks my heart to wait. It just doesn't seem to make sense to get them now. So what I'm looking for right now is advice, if anyone has some to give. Will it be OK to keep chickens if we have to move that frequently? I'm guessing that a portable tractor would be our best bet for housing, though I'd like something a bit larger- any thoughts on other types of coop that might be movable (ie that could be easily transported in a U-Haul trailer)? What other things might I need to keep in mind when setting up and/or when preparing to move? Is this even something that will work? Thanks for your help! I'm very excited about possibly having chickens after about 14 years of loving them, but I'm so scared it won't work out.