We have a shed that we put insulation in the 2x4 walls, with the kraft paper on the inside. We since put up a wall so about 1/3 of it is now our new coop. Knowing that chickens are moisture makers, we put plastic sheeting on the inside to maybe keep it from the insulation. Now the plastic is sweating on the other side of the plastic getting the kraft paper all wet and I know they will mold of we leave it that way. So we took off soem of the plastic and on the worst wall, all of the plastic. We talked to a local builder store guy and he was no help. I would have expected to have the inner part sweat, not under the plastic. He said even if we put up plywood or even drywall, it might still do it as it is a unheated building. Any ideas? Are we doomed to have uncovered insulation? we dont want the chickens to crap all over it or get into it and eat it. I put some feed bag material on one wall by the roosts hopefully so it will protect the wall and still let it breath. Somehow we thought the plastic would be the thing to do.