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post #41 of 229

Yeah, it can be just a 'shelter' rather than a 'coop.'  As long as they are cold-hardy species, just having a place to get in out of wind/rain/snow if they want to is sufficient. 

All my goofy ones will stay out in the pen instead of going in their house though, even though they have one.  roll

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post #42 of 229

wow those are some cool designs

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post #43 of 229

Just keep the drafts off from them in the cold months.If you look at my pens,where the pitch like on your house.The top is covered year round and they roost up in the pitched part of the pen which is blocked from the elements.If you look at the enclosed pic the roost is even with the bottom of the pitch in the roof.So from the roost up to the very top of the pitch ,they have 2 feet of roosting area.As you can see I poly all around during the winter months.
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I don't think I asked the right question. I know they have to have an enclosed pen. But for shelter, what do they need? I noticed on many of the pics it was more like a windbreak, rather than an enclosed "coohttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/thumbs/13763_tonys_birds_028.jpgp."


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post #44 of 229

have seen people asking about pens- thought this thread is worth moving to the top again!

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post #45 of 229

These are my pens.  I bulid them and sell them to people. the pens and cages are in sections and then screwed all together real good so they are easy to take down and transport if you happen to move.

this is my 8x8 cage  it holds 4 ringnecks and a pair of mandarins
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this is a 4x8 off ground i have bobwhites and my other ringneck quad in one of these. i have yet to get one built for my silver pheasants.

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post #46 of 229

solarquail, those are very nice pens....I wish I lived closer wink

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This what I started with and now it has a bunch of smaller sections inside.

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post #48 of 229
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solarquail, those are very nice pens....I wish I lived closer wink


i could probobaly ship itll be exspensive but if you want one bad enough tongue i also have 4x4 pens.  lol

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post #49 of 229

Nice pens.

People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately.
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post #50 of 229

Yes, I bet shipping would be out of the ballpark tongue  Very nice job on them though!

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