I know NOTHING about posting photos, but I had my daughter do it once, so here's a link to those. Give it plenty of time to load the photos and then scroll about halfway down the page for several shots, inside and out.
(They call me patience on that forum.)
We have a machine shop/welding/sheet metal shop that provided a living for several years. So, we made most of our stuff. Daughter made the nests (she did bodywork on C-130's and Jolly Green Giant helicopters in the Air Force). I made the feeder from a hunk of 10" round furnace duct and an oil drain pan, plus some heavy wire. The hen house windows are salvaged from an old mobile home, the steel entrance door came from the junkyard, and I made the screen door. The metal roofing and siding (metal sided INSIDE, too, to keep out rodents) all came from the junkyard. It is all insulated with 4" of styrofoam packaging saved from boxes our business received. Very little cost in all this.
The henhouse was added to the small barn as an afterthought. We only have a one acre lot, so things are all scrunched up together here. Beyond the henhouse are 3 terraced garden areas, one of which is fenced for the hens to run in before and after gardening season. That lot is about 30' x 80', so half a dozen hens have lots of room. We shut them up each night, because of too many 'coons and coyotes. The fencing is all 2" x 4" welded wire, 6 feet tall. I found some old stop sign posts at the junkyard that were 9 feet to 12 feet long and cut them all to just over 8 feet for use with the 6 ft. wire. I had to make a special 4" pipe, 20 pound post driver to sink those posts in the ground.