I'm working on my new coop this weekend. It is a 10x16 shed, and they have a 10x10 space in it, with 10x5 separated from them with a chicken wire wall so I have room for supplies. I was wondering how big my poop board should be? I have 4 chickens, but I'm planning on making the poop board 8' long - I've been here long enough to learn about chicken math, and know there is a good chance of us getting more next spring. But how big should it be front to back? I'm planning on using a piece of plywood with sand & PDZ. Also, how high should it be? I have 2 Silkies, a Black Australorp, and what I think is a Welsummer. In the small coop I have now, the poop board is about 18" off the floor, and they hop onto that & up on the roost. One of my Silkies roosts every night, and one of them will sometimes sleep in the shavings in a corner. In the new coop, I will have room to give them a ramp to walk up to the Also, what else should I have in their coop? I'm assuming that they will be spending most of the winter inside, I know my neighbor's chickens don't like the snow. I'm planning on keeping their food & water inside for the winter, but should they have anything else? Stuff to keep them occupied & entertained? Thank you.