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Look for the symbol that looks like a box with the sun and mountains in it.

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This was a plain old shed we used for bikes. We also have a garage so we moved the bikes there and turned the shed into a chicken coop smile.png I think it turned out great!










The last photo is the spot for chicken feed storage. All that extra wood is for the outside of it. I haven't quite done that part yet smile.png
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Look for the symbol that looks like a box with the sun and mountains in it.

Did you see the photos yet smile.png
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Did you see the photos yet smile.png


Your photos came in just fine, thanks for sharing them!

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Did you see the photos yet smile.png


I just did. Nice looking birds and coop!

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I just did. Nice looking birds and coop!

Thank you! I just have to wait for the ground to thaw to start working on the outside. That is going to be 8x8 with a latched chicken door so if I wanted to I can lock it and keep them inside. Also, I am going to give it a ply wood roof, with 2 inches of tin extra on each side to keep my little chickies dry.
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