Maybe opinions will vary on this but I'd like to hear them. We have an 8'X8' run that's 6' high with a coop inside it that is about 5'X2.5'X2.5' high and the coop is raised up about 3' from ground level. The hens either walk up a ramp or jump/fly into the coop. My question is about the nesting boxes inside of the coop. Since the coop itself is already about 3' from ground level, do I need to raise the nesting boxes up a little inside the coop? I could raise them up about 18" and still make them 12" tall. Or should I just put them on the floor of the coop? Or start with them on the floor and raise them if the hens don't nest in them? Or sell the hens and buy my eggs from the store? Just kiddin' about the last question. Thanks for any advice!