A-frame adult swing set reborn

By FlotownFarmer · Feb 23, 2014 · ·
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Anonymous
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    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 7, 2018
    I am obsessed with swingset coops, but this one needs some improvements so the particle board will hold up through the seasons. I also think it looks really dark inside. It would be nice to know if the chickens like it, but there is no text with the article.
  2. Nardo
    "Simple coop and run"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 2, 2018
    Creative use of an old wooden swing frame. Looks pretty functional for a few chickens. Big uncovered run is roomy but I would worry about hawks because we have a lot of them here.

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  1. the foot
    One of my coops is an a-frame built on a swing set that I made for my kids from 4x4 lumber. Eleven feet high at the peak, ten feet wide, ten feet long. I can house 20 chickens. They go out and live free all day, then come home at night to roost. The only problem is that I have to set roosting poles so they don't kill themselves while flying down. Believe me, the chickens go to the highest point attainable.
  2. chicken-herder
    Congrats, a great version of the A-frame! I always get worried when an a frame is just covered in chicken wire and does not provide much shelter for the birds- but this is just grand
  3. earlybird10842

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