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post #11 of 28
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http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=4907- This is for a city

Heya!! I'm Cody & I currently have 12 mixed breed chickens, 2 ducks, & 23 quail!
Large fowl-6NHR,1EE,&1RSL  Bantams-3 Sebright/Japanesse crossesDucks-2 Indian Runners
Coturnix Quail=23 of various ages
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Heya!! I'm Cody & I currently have 12 mixed breed chickens, 2 ducks, & 23 quail!
Large fowl-6NHR,1EE,&1RSL  Bantams-3 Sebright/Japanesse crossesDucks-2 Indian Runners
Coturnix Quail=23 of various ages
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post #12 of 28

I'm in central OH too, and that picture looks just right for our yard. But how many chickens can fit in there?  Will it get too cold for them? Do I have to have a separate run? 

We go up to NW OH frequently to visit hubby's family, so that may work for us depending on what part of NW oh you're in. smile

As you can see I'm brand new at this chicken thing...smile

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by chickenman10 

I am thinking about making some coops and selling them on here. If anyone is interested, let me know. I will sell them to you at a good price. Just give me your designs and I will make them for around $50.00. Sound like a good deal? big_smilelol :o


I was looking at the small coops on "coop designs" and like the one called Playhouse.  I already have a coop, but was thinking about adopting more chickens!  Would this coop fit into the back of my husband's S-10 pickup?  Do you put a floor in them?  I just want it plain inside, no nesting boxes,etc.  And how far away are you from the Akron/Canton area?  hu  Here is a pic of my coop.  D

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/13506_p8030690.jpg

"The most precious thing one can make is a friend." Wife of 41 years     Mom,grandma to humans. Mommy to 2 dogs, 2 cats,26 chickens, some roosters, and 14 growing peeps.
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"The most precious thing one can make is a friend." Wife of 41 years     Mom,grandma to humans. Mommy to 2 dogs, 2 cats,26 chickens, some roosters, and 14 growing peeps.
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post #14 of 28

Are you still considering doing chicken coops  for sale, I want to talk it over with my boyfriend. I want to raise some young  babies. What I am looking for is a couple brooder boxes for my silkies to sit on the babies and raise them. So I want between 3 to 4 nests in the coop for the hens they will raise my day old chicks that I buy. The floors must be made of something solid no wire, I had a incident were one of the babies got her foot caught in the wire and the others trampled I would just rather have a solid floor.  I would like to have between 10 to 20 babies raised in the coop. It does not need to be a building I need to walk into. The nest can bump out the back so I can keep an  eye on the hens and babies. I would like to have an area a little bit taller and have roosts for the babies as they get older I want them to grow in the coop I do not want to put them in with my adults until they are almost 4 to 6 months large enough to defend themselves from the other chickens. So I would need it large enough to accomidate the size and number of my juveniles at that time. I have a large farm so there is not an issue about looks or size. I also need something of an area for feeding and water, either have an area to hang a feeder and water or an attached one. I would like to be able to fit it into the back of a truck to move. My email address is Leggs_19567@yahoo.com send me some information and ideas and cost thank you Emma

post #15 of 28
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Are you still considering doing chicken coops  for sale, I want to talk it over with my boyfriend. I want to raise some young  babies. What I am looking for is a couple brooder boxes for my silkies to sit on the babies and raise them. So I want between 3 to 4 nests in the coop for the hens they will raise my day old chicks that I buy. The floors must be made of something solid no wire, I had a incident were one of the babies got her foot caught in the wire and the others trampled I would just rather have a solid floor.  I would like to have between 10 to 20 babies raised in the coop. It does not need to be a building I need to walk into. The nest can bump out the back so I can keep an  eye on the hens and babies. I would like to have an area a little bit taller and have roosts for the babies as they get older I want them to grow in the coop I do not want to put them in with my adults until they are almost 4 to 6 months large enough to defend themselves from the other chickens. So I would need it large enough to accomidate the size and number of my juveniles at that time. I have a large farm so there is not an issue about looks or size. I also need something of an area for feeding and water, either have an area to hang a feeder and water or an attached one. I would like to be able to fit it into the back of a truck to move. My email address is Leggs_19567@yahoo.com send me some information and ideas and cost thank you Emma


I sent you a email. Thanks!

Cody!!

Heya!! I'm Cody & I currently have 12 mixed breed chickens, 2 ducks, & 23 quail!
Large fowl-6NHR,1EE,&1RSL  Bantams-3 Sebright/Japanesse crossesDucks-2 Indian Runners
Coturnix Quail=23 of various ages
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Heya!! I'm Cody & I currently have 12 mixed breed chickens, 2 ducks, & 23 quail!
Large fowl-6NHR,1EE,&1RSL  Bantams-3 Sebright/Japanesse crossesDucks-2 Indian Runners
Coturnix Quail=23 of various ages
Reply
post #16 of 28

I live in Cleveland and I need a small coup (2 hens).  I would like it to have a small attached run and be mobile (wheels or handles).  Can you do it?

Two legs good, four legs not as good.
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Two legs good, four legs not as good.
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post #17 of 28

This thread is over 2 years old, did you notice that??

-- Linda (AKA: gryeyes)
I refuse to fight a battle of wits with an unarmed person.

Buncha Outdoor PET chickens, ducks, five Toulouse geese, and four turkeys....so far. Plus 2 wiener dogs, some bunnies and a rescue cat which owns me. Oh. And a house silkie....

Grab some eggs & Join us! 
Great fun, Great Prizes & GREAT friends! 
5th Annual BYC Easter Hatch-a-long!

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-- Linda (AKA: gryeyes)
I refuse to fight a battle of wits with an unarmed person.

Buncha Outdoor PET chickens, ducks, five Toulouse geese, and four turkeys....so far. Plus 2 wiener dogs, some bunnies and a rescue cat which owns me. Oh. And a house silkie....

Grab some eggs & Join us! 
Great fun, Great Prizes & GREAT friends! 
5th Annual BYC Easter Hatch-a-long!

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post #18 of 28

lol

Enjoying life with my Chickens!!


Various breeds, and Buff Brahmas.
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Enjoying life with my Chickens!!


Various breeds, and Buff Brahmas.
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post #19 of 28

Do you have an chicken coops for sale?

I want to get started with a few chickens. Want something big enough for 4-6 chickens.

post #20 of 28

Might want to take a look at the dates on the previous posts! big_smile.png

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