Me, either, but love the colors! Petite, like the Leghorns. And supposed to be nearly equally good layers. I only got one, because I am concerned it is listed as 'flighty'. If she makes a habit out of getting into my garden she will become chicken soup pretty quick.Oh wow it's really pretty. Never heard of that breed before.
I think that would work great! I don't know about how much room littles need at different stages, but they should be fully integrated before they get to cramped.I think it is going to be best to build something in or attached to the run. The size is biggest question. Tall enough to fit our starter home. So 4 feet wide and 8 long?
Thinking may be better to do 16 feet, and then it could be split temporarily in the future if I need an isolation pen/medical bay.Give me a few minutes to look that up.
My brooder was nicely over-sized for the number of chicks I had and I didn't regret it for one minute.