I live in southeastern Wisconsin and own a total of 10 chickens (2 columbian wyandottes, 2 silverlaced wyandottes, 2 australorps, 2 partridge pylmouth rocks, and 2 unknown roosters). I previously purchased a coop offline, but it does not hold as many chickens as it claims, it doesn’t have enough ventilation, I had to varnish it many times, move the roosts, etc. In other words, it sucks. I bought a wireless thermometer ($15) and placed it inside the coop. The last couple of nights it’s been pretty cold and has read as low as 32 degrees. It’s only the beginning of November! While I would like to think that modifying the coop would help for winter, I’m concerned that it would not be enough. While I don’t have the money, I am thinking of having the woods class at the high school where I work build me a new coop. I would only need to purchase the supplies. I’m looking for a design that I can hand the woods teacher. I’ve looked many up, but have not found what I want. I am hoping that someone might have some ideas. Here are some of my ideas of things to include: 4x6’ or 4x8’? -nest box on outside of coop (not on down slopped side of roof) -laminate floor -roosts straight across -window above nest boxes -insulated walls/ceiling -coop door to run openable from outside Any help that you can provide is appreciated. Thank you.