Hello everybody, I am brand new to chickens and am very interested in figuring things out and getting some soon, hopefully before they are hard to find for the year. I have lots of questions and will be posting in different sections of the forum throughout the day to hopefully get some advice. I felt like this is the logical place to start (in my mind), though. So here it goes. I live in Northern Utah so winters are cold and summers are hot. I contacted my city and found out that I can have up to 6 chickens where I live, the coop has to be 10 feet away from the yard line and 30 feet away from neighbors houses. I am not allowed to free-range the chickens. I have a couple potential places that I can do this in my yard, depending on what I need exactly. This is where I am looking for help. I am not the most handy person. I try to build things and they do not always end up well, square, without gaps, etc. Is there a good, reasonably priced, prefabricated coop that someone could recommend? If not, is there a good site that you would recommend that could give me good instructions complete with supplies list, etc. Along with that, for 6 chickens, how large of a coop will I need/want? How many nesting boxes and what sizes? What else is needed and what else should I consider? As I am also not allowed to free-range the chickens, I need a large enough run for them. How exactly does that work? Do they always stay in the run or can I let them in my garden or my fenced yard from time to time? Will this make a difference on the size of run I need? How large should I make it? Any ideas on what will be best to use for that? I have read a lot of information on these and have seen a lot of different answers. I am very confused about it now. Any advice and help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for whatever you can do to help.