My husband and I are placing our first chicken order soon and we're trying to find an ideal coop for our new babies. We plan on having about 10 hens (perhaps one or two bantams but the rest will be standards). We have a large backyard and they will be able to have free range but we live in a rural area and there are predators so the coop will need to be secure...How big should the coop be to accomadate that number of hens? A few other things to consider...We live in Ky and have 4 seasons, our winters are pretty mild but we do have a month or so of very cold weather. Our summers are hot! I would love to build our coop with as much recycled materials as possible. Any suggestions on where to find items? (I just missed out on a storage building on Freecycle) We have neighbors on both sides who would appreciate an attractive coop. Any suggestions for making the coop attractive and functional? Is electricity in the coop a necessity? Can we use branches in the coop for roosting? Thanks in advance! I'm very to new to this.