My family shed/coop project is almost finished. I have been pouring over BYC posts and pictures to ploitoit then inside. Just not sure how much ventilation I need. My shed/coop is 8x8 and I have 15 chickens. I live in Montana and we have summer temps ranging from 95 to 110 degrees. Oir winters can be downright chilly with wind chills in the -45. My coop door is facing the west and we get our big winter storms mostly from the North. So here is my idea. I plan on putting a screen door in half of the west facing door and a window on the opposite back wall for summer breeze. Would a roof moving roof vent be too much or would that also help with pulling moisture out in the winter. Also thought of adding a window on the south facing side for more light. So I think im set for summer ventilation, but do i need more for winter. Windows will be closed and covered with plastic and door will remain closed. So all that is left for winter venting is in the roof. I am leary about putting any openings in the siding on the North wall for fear of creating draft on the cold side. Any thoughts?