chicken coop approx 14x20 used to be a storage shed for windows, 9stil one in there) among other items. Hi am new but thought since many of you like to see coops, I would show my shed recently turned chicken coop. Its approx 14x20 and one side is open air via wire. I have many plans for the coop but thought I would also show and maybe get some suggestions. Our chickens have always been my wife's gig and free range. They would roost where ever at night and she would get few eggs as it was labor intensive and every day was Easter and trying to find the new location where the eggs could be located. So I decided that I would change that and they now have this make shift coop. We have approx 25 chickens, at least three of them are roosters. I say at least because we have 13 younger ones that were born here by hens and raised here. The left side of the coop sits along side the barn. We used to have 45 Nigerian goats, now 3 left and one pigmy. so we have plenty of room. I added a pop door but have them trapped inside for a few days to get them used to the new location as winter is here and we are in snow country. The chickens will still free range during the day and have outside access until they return to the coop (hopefully when trained) and go night night, then the door will lock them inside. My plans are to #1: ADD AN AUTOMATIC DOOR TO OPEN AND CLOSE and let them out. #2: add feeders and a water system/ automated. #3: going to make nesting boxes that I can enter from the barn side and mount on the left side wall. that way I can grab eggs without entering the coop. #4: I am enclosing the wire side and adding a window or two I have laying around for summer ventilation and make it big enough for easy removal for cleaning. #5: will remove the large slider glass door that currently their self claimed roost and add roosting areas. #6: and I have to dress it up a bit as I see many nice coops here and this needs some help. And I mean some chicken art, details, or what ever. My wife is an painting artist so I imagine sooner or later, thats happening to osme of the exterior. any other issue you see or advise?