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Purchasing chicken coop

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I'm looking for an easy to clean chicken coop that is under $400 and can fit 4-6 chickens. Some features I want are:
1. Lifted above the ground
2. Has a big door for easy cleaning
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Originally Posted by sophieethompson View Post

I'm looking for an easy to clean chicken coop that is under $400 and can fit 4-6 chickens. Some features I want are:
1. Lifted above the ground
2. Has a big door for easy cleaning


Do you have a Costco near you? Im not sure where you are located but they have a Chicken Coop that fits 6 chickens. Very well made, cute, lifted with a small run and i would say easy to clean. 279$ It is the best priced for the size. I looked at Tractor Supply and they were small and expensive, so was Walmart. 

 

Good luck! Hope you find a cute coop. Worse case look online for a free coop plan and build your own :yiipchick

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Beware, prefab coops ALWAYS claim that they can hold more than they really can.  If a coop says that it can hold 4 chickens, it is likely 4 BANTAM chickens, not full-sized large fowl chickens.  I would recommend you buying from a local individual who makes coops as a side business.  It will be better quality and larger for your money.

How can I think outside of the box when they won't let me out?

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