We purchased our hobby farm last November. This shed was existing on the property and since we have no real use for it we would like to convert it to a coop for the new chicks. Please pardon the mess the prior owner's left laying around. The interior space is 7'4" x 13'6". The height is somewhere around 7' (forgot to measure). How many birds will this comfortably house? We are planning on adding nesting boxes attached to the exterior wall outside the footprint so as not to use up square footage. How many feet of roosts should we add to maximize the amount of birds we can comfortably house (you know, taking into account chicken math)? One pop hole or two? We will also be building an attached exterior run that they will probably always have access to. How large should it be? We plan on using 1/4" hardware cloth around the entire run (buried, too). We have a very large (1-2 acre?) fenced pasture for them to free range during the daytime (someone is pretty much always here and not too many daytime predators). My husband is planning on building a small cupola on the roof to address ventilation. We can't decide if we should leave the shed where it is (moved back to take advantage of the concrete pad it sits on) or if we should move it closer to the house and electricity). Thoughts? We live in a very cold climate, but it can also get very hot in the summer). What would be your suggestions? How would you set it up? Or what do you wish you had done differently in your own coop? Any tips for designing a coop/run to deal with cold and snow? I just want the best, most comfortable space for them. TY so much for your help!