Got this in a box at my local feed store, only took me about and hour to put together by myself. love the way it looks. I have put paver stones under the perimeter of it as a foundation to keep varmints from digging under it. My chickens will free range as I have 5 acres for them to run on. There are 4 Rhode Island reds, 2 Silver Laced Wyandottes, and 2 eggers, one turning out to be a cockerel, for the first time this morning he was trying to crow, was pretty funny, they are about 14 weeks old now. Can't wait for some nice fresh eggs and my 2 year old grandson will love gathering the eggs. I have a dozen blue Cochin eggs in the incubator so I will be having to get another coop as this one is at capacity now. Hoping for a better hatch this time as my last only yielded one lone chick. Poor thing in the brooder all alone. Shipped eggs just don't do well.