Hi, This is my first time here and I hope someone can give me some advice. I have 22- 4 1/2 week old pullets and they have been brooded in our house in a cardboard box. They are nearly completely feathered out now and my husband is working on building them a tractor out of an old trampoline frame. I am having a hard time getting it straight in my head exactly what they need in a tractor. He is attaching some wire nesting boxes along the top of the frame that someone gave us, but that is as far as we have gotten at this point. (He did weld the joints together so they won't come apart when we move it). Am I correct that they need SEPARATE roost boxes to sleep in at night? We don't plan to have a separate coop for nighttime - they will live in the tractor 24/7. Also, we are thinking about partially covering the top (where the trampoline pad used to be) to give them some sun protection since we live in the deep south and it gets really hot here. He plans to use hardware cloth for the sides instead of chicken wire since we lost 2 adult chickens this spring to a tenacious neighbor dog who tore the wire off our old tractor. Basically, we really don't know what we are doing! Can anyone give some advice? I'd also welcome some ideas for waterers/feeders - I'll still be supplementing their diet with some feed. Thank you so much for any help you can give!!!