Hey all, so I'm both new at chickens and new at carpentry (I once built a beehive, but that was my only previous foray into carpentry, and bees are pretty darn forgiving). Anyway, I am building from The Garden Coop plans which say to hang your henhouse siding BEFORE putting your "inner" plywood walls up so that you can caulk the siding and the chooks can't peck the caulk. My question is - is there any reason I'm not thinking of (total newbie, so probably) not to hang the plywood first (then I can screw roosts and feed/water mounts directly in from the outside) - caulk the seams on the outside - and THEN hang the siding? Any advice super helpful. Thanks in advance! As with prior post: coop update pic. DW was painting it a bit while I was out today getting darker roof panels.