Clear vinyl cloth (Walmart) covers hardware cloth, then clear corrugated roofing (Lowe's, Home Depot) creates air space to insulate coup for winter, while letting light in. Can surround with straw bales when it gets really cold.
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You can do this at home, but be very careful, as you can easily hurt the chicks. Determining Sex in Chicks by Don Schrider from the June/July, 2011 issue of Backyard Poultry - Backyard Poultry Magazine
This is similar to what I used for my chick brooder. It's a dog kennel insulated with card board to keep the baby chicks inside and to keep the brooder warm. I think this is a great idea if you have a small flock.
This coop has a "poop chute" that can roll out of the coop, which allows you to spray down the coop and have the water go out into a bucket for easier cleaning. Then you can dump the bucket into your compost pile. Gross but usefull