Here’s the back wall ventilation hatch (can be adjusted or closed), and the roost area that’s built in:
Below is the coop after we got it moved into place:
And the surprise – after dropping off the new coop, they brought out a box with six chicks in it (Golden Buffs of course), said they came with the coop, and asked if I wanted them. Of course I wanted them – boy do they know how to make a happy customer! They’re supposedly about five weeks old, and almost have all their feathers. Who could turn down baby chicks? I’m so pleased I’ll even advertise, the coop came from an Amish establishment – Twin Oaks Barns in Dundee, Ohio.