Last night I read many posts about turkey coops, but none were specifically for the Pacific Northwest. Last spring we just built our chicken coop, and that sucker cost $1,000. As much as I want to raise turkeys, there's no way I'm going to spend another thousand bucks. So, are there any special considerations for turkeys in our wet climate? From what I'm gathering, they are much hardier than chickens. Can I build a decent 3 sided shelter so they can escape from the rain, and just build a huge pen for them to roam around in? Do they have to be kept off the dirt like chickens? (of course I'd put plenty of hay on the ground for them.) I'm sure this topic has been discussed to death, but any help would be deeply appreciated. Thanks!