I'm interested in seeing some pictures and hearing about the experiences of chicken keepers who built a fixed FRONT yard coop -- not a mobile chicken tractor. This would mean it could be behind a fence or not, but that it's visible to passersby. A friend of mine on an acre in the country outside a small town with no ordinances against keeping poultry wants to put her eight birds in a wire enclosure with a small coop in the front yard accessible by both foot and auto traffic. She is proud of her small flock and wants to "show them off" to the neighborhood. What kind of "attractive nuisance" would this be to children and thieves? What should she be doing to safeguard a front-yard flock if she wants to do it that way? Personally, I think she should house them in her back yard, but maybe someone has done this successfully the way she has it now. Thanks!