Hello all! I am completely new to chickens, we are expecting our RIR chicks the first week of April. My very handy (mechanical engineer) husband is building the coop for us. It is up to me, however to research all the specs for it. I've been stalking you all on the threads for a while I've collected LOTS of helpful information, from flooring to doors and wiring just by reading through all the threads. But I still have a few questions. We plan on making this a tractor coop for our 6 RIRs. It will look something like this (thank you for Mike for posting his awesome coop for others to see!): https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/mikecnorthwests-chicken-coop I have seen that recommendations are 4sqft per chicken, so the coop is going to be pretty big and heavy for a tractor coop, holding 6 hens- is it common to house as many as 6 hens in a tractor coop? Another question- can we put the linoleum sheets on the walls INSIDE the coop as well as the floor? The husband is thinking that will help when it comes to cleaning it out- we can just spray the whole thing out at deep cleaning times. Or would this for some reason NOT be a good idea? I did see not to use the individual linoleum tiles because the moisture will become trapped between the tiles and cause health/sanitary issues. Also, for 6 hens, do you suggest 2 or 3 nesting boxes? I was thinking three in case one goes broody, but will that be too many boxes for 6 chickens? I can't think of anymore questions right now about the coop, but I'm sure I will.