The landlord doesn't want my birds (laying chickens and turkeys) free-ranging anymore because someone new is moving in next door on same farm. AAccckk. My birds have free-ranged for 4 years!! Landlord is helping me change things around tommorrow, but I'm freaking out because none of the solutions I can think of will work very well, especially for my turkeys. I can't stand the thought of keeping my heritage turkeys in a pen and run all day. They will hate it. And, if I have to keep my chickens "out of sight", they'll end up on the north side of the barn where they won't get much sun (the south, sunny side faces the new neighbors). I'd love to put the birds out in the pasture but its' too cold out there for them with just a wire coop and no insulation over wintertime. And the cows in the pasture will surely knock over their coop, if it's there, if I don't put up a lot of extra electric fencing (which I don't have the resources for -- those Premiere nets are expensive! Including the electrical source, you have to invest like $350-$500 just to get the smallest length of fence netting. I'm going to go look at the coop designs and see if I can figure anything out. I welcome any advice!!! Also any suggestions for turkey runs? How high/wide do they have to be for 11+turkeys?