The weather is right, & will remain so for the next week, so I'm building my hog facilities now instead of spring. Please advise me on things you have incorporated, or wish you had, in your housing for feeder pigs. I have a woodlot of app. 3/4 acre, opening into a 1/2 acre pasture, so they'll have ample space. I doubt I'll ever raise more than 3, but building for 4-5 just in case. Things I know I want (Subject to your recommendations) : 1)Entire facility tall enough to walk in. 2) A feed room. 3)A chute or alley, hopfully in rear of feed room where I can work on pigs by myself. May not have a headcatch at the start, but a place I can crowd them. 4) A feed & water area under roof. 5) A sleeping area adjacent to feed/water area and feedroom, on wood floor for dryness. 6) An outside area, well fenced, equal to the width of the building, and at least 16' long for isolation or perhaps final fattening. 7)Would like my building to be 12-14' wide. So, What am I planning wrong? What am I overlooking? All opinions appreciated! Thanks in advance.