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Rustic or Victorian Style Cart Tractor Coops for sale in WV

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Everyone loves our tractor coop and hubby is willing to make more... unfortunately not for me tongue  I've officially been cut off hmm

You can view all the details of the coop on my page.  Our new models this year will have closable shutters for the front window for the coldest months and can be wired for a heat light for an extra $15.  The light will be in the gable and will be surrounded with hardware cloth to keep the babies away.  A short cord will be tucked discretely under the roof line and an extension cord would give you power. 

Standard Amenities include:
two nesting boxes
removable vintage windows backed with hardware cloth
hinged side trap door
rear barn door
front window with closable shutters
chicken balcony in front window:)
window box for flowers
metal roof
perches
auto-feeder

We're working on a deal to obtain a huge quanity of gorgeous barnwood to use for the siding. 

Our Rustic cart coop will have the barnwood siding, reclaimed or new metal roof (your choice), painted trim and rusty hardware:)
http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii285/msbear99/100_1613.jpg

A detachable run is optional.  It will have a slanted metal roof and just fits up against the cart.  $75  I need Rusty to help me move the run but I can easily maneuver the cart.
http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii285/msbear99/100_2225.jpg

http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii285/msbear99/100_1622.jpg

We are also offering a Victorian style coop that will have antique german siding (painted your choice of color or vintage white-washed) with white painted moldings around the entire bottom of the coop as well as around windows.  The victorian style will have antique harware (hinges, closures etc.) It will be the cutest darn coop you've ever seen smile though I don't have any pictures to prove it. big_smile

Rustic coop $375 (the cart is $75)
Victorian Style $475

We can deliver locally for free and travel a hundred miles for a fee.

Bantam Mille Fleur Cochins and Black Rosecombs. 
Mille Fleur Cochin Progress page- http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=10091-mille-fleur-cochin-progress
Maryland Poultry Swap & Farmer's Market  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6262222#p6262222
 

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Bantam Mille Fleur Cochins and Black Rosecombs. 
Mille Fleur Cochin Progress page- http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=10091-mille-fleur-cochin-progress
Maryland Poultry Swap & Farmer's Market  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6262222#p6262222
 

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post #2 of 8

Too cute! love

  Try to live your life like you are worth the price Jesus paid.


"You need chickens. It's in your blood."  my incredibly understanding and indulgent husband!

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  Try to live your life like you are worth the price Jesus paid.


"You need chickens. It's in your blood."  my incredibly understanding and indulgent husband!

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post #3 of 8

I so wish you lived near me. I would get a barnwood one and hang a neat little fresh eggs sign on the door (custom made by guess who). It realy is a darn cute tractor.

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awe... thanks guys hugs

Bantam Mille Fleur Cochins and Black Rosecombs. 
Mille Fleur Cochin Progress page- http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=10091-mille-fleur-cochin-progress
Maryland Poultry Swap & Farmer's Market  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6262222#p6262222
 

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Bantam Mille Fleur Cochins and Black Rosecombs. 
Mille Fleur Cochin Progress page- http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=10091-mille-fleur-cochin-progress
Maryland Poultry Swap & Farmer's Market  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6262222#p6262222
 

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post #5 of 8

Very very nice...but I live in Pa. I am having the Amish build a new coop for me.
Good Luck, they are really nice coops.smile

Chickens- 2 Silver Ameraucana hens,4 Cochins,2 Easter Eggers,1 Welsummer,  all bantams.
Dog- One American Blackmouth Cur, .named Wyn Dixie & her best friend Mittens the cat
One Flemish Giant rabbit, Pumpkin who lives with all the chickens...
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Chickens- 2 Silver Ameraucana hens,4 Cochins,2 Easter Eggers,1 Welsummer,  all bantams.
Dog- One American Blackmouth Cur, .named Wyn Dixie & her best friend Mittens the cat
One Flemish Giant rabbit, Pumpkin who lives with all the chickens...
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post #6 of 8

What are the dimensions of the coops?  How far from the W PA border are you?

I share space with 1 daughter, 1 very tolerant man (Himself), and an assortment of swans, quail, peafowl, turkeys, guineas, ducks, geese, and (of course) various and copious chickens and I might as well mention there are sheep, goats, horses. rabbits, cats, dogs, a mule & a snake around the place as well.
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I share space with 1 daughter, 1 very tolerant man (Himself), and an assortment of swans, quail, peafowl, turkeys, guineas, ducks, geese, and (of course) various and copious chickens and I might as well mention there are sheep, goats, horses. rabbits, cats, dogs, a mule & a snake around the place as well.
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Hey Shadyglade, I'll throw in some seeds to sweeten the deal lol

Mine is 3' x 4' long x 4' high at the highest point.  We can extend the back out a bit more as ours is flush with the cart.  We could make it 3' x 4 1/2'.   

Im in the eastern panhandle of WV in Martinsburg. ... Im about 45min. south of Greencastle, PA.  right off of I81

Bantam Mille Fleur Cochins and Black Rosecombs. 
Mille Fleur Cochin Progress page- http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=10091-mille-fleur-cochin-progress
Maryland Poultry Swap & Farmer's Market  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6262222#p6262222
 

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Bantam Mille Fleur Cochins and Black Rosecombs. 
Mille Fleur Cochin Progress page- http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=10091-mille-fleur-cochin-progress
Maryland Poultry Swap & Farmer's Market  http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6262222#p6262222
 

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Originally Posted by Msbear 

Hey Shadyglade, I'll throw in some seeds to sweeten the deal lol

Mine is 3' x 4' long x 4' high at the highest point.  We can extend the back out a bit more as ours is flush with the cart.  We could make it 3' x 4 1/2'.   

Im in the eastern panhandle of WV in Martinsburg. ... Im about 45min. south of Greencastle, PA.  right off of I81


Seeds hmm. . . lau  I'll need to dig out the Atlas.

I share space with 1 daughter, 1 very tolerant man (Himself), and an assortment of swans, quail, peafowl, turkeys, guineas, ducks, geese, and (of course) various and copious chickens and I might as well mention there are sheep, goats, horses. rabbits, cats, dogs, a mule & a snake around the place as well.
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I share space with 1 daughter, 1 very tolerant man (Himself), and an assortment of swans, quail, peafowl, turkeys, guineas, ducks, geese, and (of course) various and copious chickens and I might as well mention there are sheep, goats, horses. rabbits, cats, dogs, a mule & a snake around the place as well.
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