**Warning, this post is going to use highly untechnical verbiage!** I live in Connecticut, cold winters, humid summers. My (approx. 5 x 5) coop will have a small vinyl window with a screen so it will be able to open in the summer. I was thinking of putting a vent on each end of the coop, those triangle ones that go on the apex of the roof (I warned you!) I figure it will bring in some cross ventilation. But wouldn't that cause a draft, which I have read you must avoid? Is this ventilation enough for a small coop? I also thought maybe we should put in those vents that go all along the eave of the roof. Would that be enough? We are planning on insulating the coop since I kind of freak out about the cold factor. Will this cause a problem with humidity levels? This may be a dumb question but, does putting some sort of exhaust out of the roof help? Kind of like a chimney I guess. I don't really see any on the coop pics I have looked at but I thought it might be a good way to get draft free release of ammonia and humidity? Obviously I am not the one building the coop, my highly skilled husband will be. But I still like to be well informed so I can hover over him and give my opinions while he is doing his work.