I'm working hard on planning my new coops and I would love some examples of what other people have done. I'm going to do a large raised coop built out of pallets - 8' wide by 18' long. It will be divided into three separate pens with each section being 6'x8'. I've seen many pictures of small raised coops but I'm hoping some of you guys have built larger raised coop projects. I recall two really nice BIG raised coops, one of them a pallet coop, that I would love to see pictures of again but I can't find the posts for the life of me! I would also love to see pictures of the inside layout of your raised coops. I'm still trying to figure out exactly how I'm going to set everything up on the inside. The only thing I've got set right now is that the next boxes will be on the back wall. To get an idea of what I'm planning I'm adding the picture below. I drew it up quickly using paint so the scale is likely way off The coop is going to be built into an existing terrace/rockery area so it will have taller legs on the front that reach to the ground and then sit about 6" off the terrace ground in the back. I'm going to install a large door (4' x 4') on the taller front side that I will be able to open up for easy cleaning access. A pop door will be built into the larger door for the birds to get into and out of the run. I'm also going to build external nest boxes for each pen onto the back. I haven't quite figured out the feeders and waterers yet but I am working on it. Any suggestions for that are appreciated! The gray areas in the picture are ventilation strips. I'm going to make covers for them that drop down so that I can adjust as necessary depending on weather/temperature. The ones on the front will be almost 2' wide and run the full length of the coop. As you can see from the picture the vents on the side will be triangular with the largest end being almost 2' wide. Just thought of something I should mention, the back of the actual coop is 4' plus 6" tall legs, the front is 6' plus about 2.5' tall legs.