I have been researching, googling, drawing and redrawing a coop plan for months now and I'm really annoyed and frustrated. I really need some help! I've found a bunch of different info on how much space I actually need and what's actually necessary. The coop in my head that I can't seem to draw up goes as follows: Double sliding doors in front. Open up to an open area. Coop on the right for (30-40) chickens. 2 Coops on the left for turkeys (just a few) and then juvenile chickens. Along the back wall between the coops I would like to put my rabbit cages which need to be 3X3'. The rest of the open area and available wall space would be for a brooder tub, feed storage, etc... Off of either side and around behind the building would be fenced in run areas that are covered for yucky days and "just in case", other than that most of them except the juveniles would usually be free ranging. Am I crazy? Is this thing WAY bigger than I'm thinking its going to be. Please help!