I'm very new at growing chickens. Although I am an animal enthusiast, so I feel as if I did all the proper research and put the right work into them so far, I would like to hear some feedback as well. I bought 3 little girls (that I know of so far, the co-op only has an 85% promise of female so well see) at about 2 weeks old. One Rhode Island Red, one speckled Sussex, and one spangled hamburg. They've been in a 2x3 A frame brooder in my garage for about 2 months now with heat and fresh veggie treats, water, and plenty of start and grow medicated daily. They are definitely out growing it. They are a little bigger than pigeons now I would say with about 99% of their full feathering. I'm building my new coop actually this morning. It's going to have an off the ground coop of 4'x4' with 3 nests taking some of that floor space. It will have a run of 11'x4' enclosed with 1" poultry fencing. (I will post pictures once built) I plan on weening them off of the start and grow as the bag runs out and will hopefully put them on 100% veggie and bugs diet, although they LOVE the start and grow. Any tips? Does it seem like I got it down? Haha just looking for any help. Thanks!