Me and the BF are attempting to plan out my chicken coop. I want it to be very stable and sturdy and pretty much a permanent structure. But the BF wants it to be moveable. We're also in the process of building a house but it's in the very early stages. I would prefer the coop to be near the house where I can walk out each morning and collect eggs and just see my birds in general. But because the house isn't finished BF doesn't want to make a permanent coop right by the construction site. This is understandable. But I would prefer to build a one time coop and not have to build another later on down the road. I think for the coop we'll just put the legs in cement blocks for stability, we can always move it with the tractor later. But for the run I'm not sure what to do. I don't like the idea of NOT actually securing all the sides of the run to each other. That's just asking for a clever raccoon to pull them apart somehow and get in. This isn't just a little coop and run for 3 or 4 chickens. It's supposed one big coop and covered run divided down the middle. I have 24 chicks. I want to be able to put them in seperate pens and make two little flocks instead of one big one which is why the coop and run will be split right down the middle. Any ideas?