My wife, 4 kids, and I are excited to begin this adventure. I built this 12'x12' run with an elevated 5'x3.5' coop. I have realized my mistake and added chicken wire to the bottom two feet to prevent the little ones from escaping. I am thinking that I am going to keep about 6 hens and hopefully their eggs. I think I made the entrance too small and have already built a ramp. I put in a wind break divider to reduce the draft from the opening. I am also going to figure out a door to close it off at night if that is advisable. I have not yet built the nesting boxes, figured I had a little time. I was going to cover the inside plywood floor with linoleum squares for easy cleanup. I am going to put a perch in the coop made by 1"x1" square wood stock. Not sure of the placement of the nesting boxes to the roost. There is a large access door on the left for cleaning and egg retrieval. I wanted to start with small chicks but was delivered two 11 wk old Ameraucana pullets today by mistake. I wanted to the kids to handle them and get them used to us while in the house under a lamp. Not sure how to get the pullets to use the coop either. I plan to free range them in the rest of the backyard if it works out every now and then. Food and Water Placement? Any suggestions on making it a happy coop and how many Hens it could comfortably support?