New coop needed. Chicken population explosion here! Last winter I had a flock of 5 silkies. I have a flock of about 25 mixed bantams now, half silkies, half Ameraucanas, Polish & d'Anvers. All the 4 the little coops my hubby & I built as experiments are not going to get our fine new birds through the winter. They're pretty & all solid wood. Just no insulation. ALso, I want to sit with my chooks in a nice warm coop when it snows. Since neither of us is a very good carpenter, we need to have the walk-in coop built. Fortunately, we have a friend who is a great carpenter. I've been looking at a design online at farmnyard that's a walk-in with clerestory, but it's a bit expensive for us with the kit they offer ($1K shipping included) It's nice, perhaps, but my DH and his friend the carpenter like to work with reclaimed wood & materials. Thus, the best way to go is with a detailed set of plans & photos of a structure like this. The coop we want would be 6' x 12' x 5' walls and then the clerestory adding height. Has anyone seen plans for or photos of a coop like this online or in a book? If so, where? We need to get it built before winter.