We just finished our beautiful coop about a month ago. I got a call from my neighbor last night (I wasn't home) saying a tree fell on the coop! I was so scared that something happened to my chickens!!! My hubby and I jumped into the car, and his best friend grabbed his chainsaw and followed right behind us. I got home and ran to the coop to do a head count. All 15 chickens were in the run, unharmed. My coop was in rough shape, it made me cry to think of how scary that was for the chickens, and how much work we just put into it. We ended up getting the tree off, and we had to cut the front two support legs ( the back two had broken already) so the coop would be level for the night. Then I carefully lifted each frightened chicken and placed them back into the coop. Today we had to clear all of the tree limbs and debris, take off the damaged roof, and jack the coop up on car jacks to try to get it back into it's original place. I am so super bummed, but feeling so grateful that my girls (and Mr. Man, my loyal rooster) are all okay. We will put temporary roof on for the night, and work tomorrow to build the roof, since we could have the hurricane coming to our area. All of this after we made it through untouched by the June 1st tornadoes in Western Massachusetts, and had only minimal damage from the July 26th microburst. Oh, and did I mention my husband got into a head-on collision at 50 mph two weeks ago, and had no broken bones??? (He is injured, but no broken bones!!!) Luckily his brother and best friend came to help us out, since he is still out of work from his injuries. All in all, we are safe, our animals are safe....so we are grateful. With all that has happened this summer, it could have been much worse. I am grateful.