Hi everyone! We inherited 10 chickens with our recent home/acreage purchase, lost one within 5 days of possession to sour crop (we believe), and are now wanting to build a new coop (the old one is of very poor design off the tool shed) and a new run. My questions are, with these ladies being used to the current situation, would they be likely to accept a new coop, design, in a new location? And the location we want for the run is old pasture land and has a lot of straw grasses, would we have to till it prior? My major problems with the coop is that there is no insulation for winter, the roosts are the top of the nesting boxes (think: crates with cut-outs for hay/nests and the birds roosting right on top), there is no place for feeders, no location but a small cup hook for heat lamps (in the PACNW) and the only door is one large one, and I have to keep the large one open all day so they can free range (we have a long rope latch and block it open with a brick in the daytime), not to mention I have to walk inside on all the poo to collect eggs, which is very inconvenient for moving from house to coop to house with eggs. So we are committed to building a happier, warmer, caretaker friendly coop, but will the ladies take? Any comments, advice, or opinions appreciated.