Been working on it for a few weeks. Taking longer than I had hoped, but you guys know how it is when a steady job and family get in the way of havin fun. Hope that works, been a while since I posted a picture. The run is 20'X30' divided into three equal 10'X20" areas, planted with turnip, rape, clover, rye, and bahia. I have hopes that these areas will be big enough to graze my ten chickens, rotating week by week between the areas. The coop is 4'X8' centered in the run. At present it is not finished, but getting close. This morning I built the two nest boxes. I still have doors and roost bars to install. Along with deciding what type of siding if any I am going to put on it. My choices are corr. galv roofing, pressure treated fence pickets installed to look like RB&B, or some sort of cheap masonite. Advice along these lines is welcome. I am leaning towards the fence picket idea, it will give the coop a cajun cabin look. The chickens will be contained with 6' net wire and protected by electric fencing. The run will have auto water and manual water, I believe in 2 independent water systems for safeties sake. The feeders will be installed either in the coop or 1 each in the sub-run areas, haven't decided yet, once again advice is welcome. The yellow rope you see criss crossing the run is my hawk deterant, it has worked well for me in the past, I expect it to work this time also. I have used the rope trick several times and along with my PawPaw's advice of never owning a white chicken, seems to keep the hawks away.