I've been given 9 wooden shutters from an old farmhouse, they are 18 inches wide and about 5 feet tall. They are slatted shutters, not solid panels. How can I use these in my coop? I have two projects that I still need to figure out in my coop. 1- I want to build a drop ceiling over the roost area. We have 8' walls with a roof that peaks in the middle at about 12'. Will slatted shutters hold enough warm air below them to be of any use there? There are enough to create a drop ceiling covering half the coop. 2- I need to separate an area inside the coop to introduce my pullets to my hens, and eventually the chicks to the older girls. (I've got 3 different ages in chicken right now.) I've seen lots of great small brooders/playpens/runs using gates and other panels, I'm wondering if I can create something similar for our coop. We will have 2 different pop doors, going into two different runs. Any other ideas or suggestions? Pictures would be great!