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Here's my coop. Hope you like it! Check out the video at the end.
Great looking coop!
Nice coop design How much was it for all the materials?
How do I get my coop in the "Small Cops" section?
Thanks! I'm going to be adding a PVC feeder, and a nipple water-er with a 15 gallon rain barrel in the near future.
I love the door
Very cute coop! I love it! My coop also have a stair/ramp like this, and is no problem for my chickens, I love to see them going upstairs , specially the rooster because he is so big!!!
They got up it with surprising ease. I was worried about that myself at first, but when they were young they could walk right up it, then jump up on the roosts. I put a box in the coop to help them get on the roost when they were really small. Now I can take the ramp out and they jump right up there.
The ladder looks awfully steep though, how did the younger birds handle it?
Thanks Rawr! I think you could fit as many as 5 chickens in this coop. I think the run is the limiting factor. You could fit more if you made the run a little bigger, or if you could be there to open the coop door every morning. The cut grass is great, but I don't put it in there every time I mow. Sometimes the grass grows quicker than the chickens can turn it into compost. When the grass is growing fast, I take the bag off and mulch it. Also, if I could change something about the design of my coop, I would make the roof overhang at the ends to block rain, because I'm not home to close that flap every time it rains.
And the cut grass idea is great! never wouldve thought of that!!
Very pretty.And the exact size i need!!! thank you for sharing.Beautiful design by the way!
Thank you very much! I put a lot of thought into the design. I used pressure treated lumber, then primed and painted everything. As for the hinges, I believe I used stainless hinges. I even used corrosion resistant screws. I think this chicken coop will be around for a long time.