Have you seen this small chicken tractor - it was in either Paul Heiney's or John Seymour's book, I can't remember which one. It was a miniature hoop house, probably just 2 1/2 feet tall or so. One end was covered with chicken wire, one end was shaded/enclosed. (In the book they covered that end with old feed sacks.) This little thing looked great for pasturing a pair or trio of birds or a quarantine area, or just for a hen and youngsters...or even bunnies. But there were no instructions in the book for how to make one and I'm so frustrated! I need 2 or 3 three of these! Any right-brainers out there who can look at the finished product and translate it into a how-to? Our feed sacks are paper, so they wouldn't work like those shown in the pic. I'd have to cover with some other fabric or tarp, not sure what. And I'm not sure how to build the frame. A hoop house of this tiny size, made of PVC, would probably be feather lite and blow away in the slightest gust... I suppose I could use saplings, but how would you join the parts? Tie? Nail? Brackets? Would you put a wire "floor" in? Ideas for a door?