Hi All, I have an Amish coop, its nice because I can walk in it to clean it, but it does not keep cool inside in the summertime at all. I find that during the day if the temp reaches more than 90 degrees outside, the coop does not cool off well at all at night. I'm looking for a better solution. I dont have the coop in a very good place in the yard, in that the corner I have it in is surrounded by a tall fence, so it doesnt get hardly any cross breeze. Here are pics of my coop. Where can I add ventilation in this coop where it is effective in helping it cool off at night? And how do I do that without compromising the wood (causing wood rot) during the winter? The sides are plywood and not insulated. I dont have any gutters on the coop roof. The coop has a clean out door I dont use, but I dont know if opening that and covering it with hardware cloth will give the hens any relief, its right under where they roost. Any help would be much appreciated! Included a pic of my lazy hens for good measure!