When winter breaks, I'm parking my chicken tractor and starting on a chicken moat (I say "starting" because I'm going to do it in sections, adding to it when I have the time and money. The first section with be a 25' x 10' rectangular pen containing the house, which will be the coop portion of the tractor I currently have with the wheels removed). A "feature" I'd like to have in my moat is a "time out" box that I could put Rooster in when he's been over-harassing the hens or one of the hens in if they're injured. It should be small, and for its purpose doesn't need to have run access. The only real requirements are that it be cheap, predator-resistant, and be able to handle most weather conditions--I don't expect to use it in the dead of winter; then I'll look to other options, so that means we're looking at it needing to shed water and not be too hot in summer. Any thoughts? I've considered anything from a rabbit hutch to a pet travel crate on a shelf with a roof over it.