Our new chicken coop is almost finished, just needs a few more things come spring, but I've been thinking of ducks and am trying to think of ideas. The chicken coop has cost a lot so far so I thought if I do get ducks, I don't wanna spend that much again after we literally just spent that much for the chicken coop, and it's definitely not the way to convince my family, so I thought.... Why not a pallet coop!? Free and/or at least fairly cheap. So I would like to see your pallet coops, for chickens or ducks, and ideas. Also looking for ideas on how to do it. I know some completely tear it apart and just rebuild with the wood? But others just use the whole pallets as the frame? I think I've seen this one where they used pallets for the base of the coop, nailed plywood or something on top for the floor, and then used the pallets as a frame for the walls too with siding on top of it? Would that be a good option? Obviously not entirely free but fairly secure? But then again some people use entirely pallet wood and it's still very secure? So I guess I want every idea and options for how to use the pallets. Thanks.