Hello everyone! I am back today with a finished coop For this eod you who didn’t see my other post, my new coop is an 8’ by 10’ resin shed from Home Depot ( https://www.homedepot.com/p/US-Leis...tronghold-Resin-Storage-Shed-157479/100652232 ). It took me about 3 days to build. Now it’s complete, so I’ll post some pictures for you all to see! The real question is, how hard was it to build? Extremely The mold this company uses is really bad, so the pieces were exceptionally hard to put together, due to small shards of plastic that didn’t belong there. However, once it was up and complete, it looked great! I’m very impressed. It even has a skylight built in. And although it doesn’t look like it, there actually is quite a bit of ventilation (I’m adding some more though). The only thing that is missing is bedding, which I am getting today. So please ignore the chicken poo all over the place Overall, I’m very excited to finally have a good sized coop! Quick guide to my coop furniture. The yellow thing on the ground is where I put their water during rain or snow, and next to it is where I put their food. Currently, both are outside because it is a beautiful day. The tree branch serves at a roost and a ladder to get outside. The wood panel that is elevated is their other roost. The second picture is some of the ventilation (in the form of vents) and part of the skylight, which runs across the whole top of the coop. And the three milk crates covered in fleece are nesting boxes. I hope you all like my coop, and I’ll happily take any suggestions or tips!