I am starting to put the finishing touches on the inside of the coop. I haven't started on the run yet, but I wanted to post some picture of my Progress and see what you pros have to say. My biggest concerns are ventilation and the floor (I'll elaborate later) The last picture is bad lighting but where the walls meet the roof overhang, There is a 3-4" gap all the way around for ventilation. Will this be enough? I got some 14x14" return grilles that I could install in the walls somewhere if need be. As for the floor, we have had about a foot of snow melt in a three day period, And an evenings worth of torrential downpour to add to that. It's a swamp in here. No standing water, but you sink a good few inches in the muck. My plan was to use riverbed sand on top of the dirt floor. I'm going to try and use Enough to raise the grade about 4". Think that'll be good enough? It's not usually this wet back here. Aside from that, just some pictures of my roost, watering system, and laying boxes. Planning on 4 hens. Let me know what you think and where to improve. Thanks!