Hi guys, I am currently in the process of building a new coop (You can see the up-to-date build progress via my blog that I have linked on my profile). My question is this: Should I paint the interior of the coop or leave it raw wood? I was thinking about painting it white, but I'd like advice before proceeding, or not proceeding. At the moment I don't plan to put up any type of insulation and paneling, because where I live it is hot in the summer and does not drop below freezing in the deadest of Winter. A little info on the coop - in case this helps.... My coop is under two large shade trees, so my coop and the run only get roughly 4 hours of direct sunlight from the hours of 9 to noon. I only keep 4 hens. The interior of the coop is 5 feet wide by 4 feet deep, with a 6 foot high ceiling (7 feet at the peak). Thanks in advance for any advice. I am open to any and all constructive criticism.