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By odysseyranch · Feb 7, 2013 · Updated Feb 7, 2013 · ·
  1. odysseyranch
    The photos below are typical poultry coops that we build. These coops are very sturdy and each contain a built-in nesting box, with an exterior door so that the eggs can be collected from the outside of the coop. There are handles mounted on the rear of the coop so that it can be easily moved. There is a perch included. These coops can be transported in the bed of a standard pickup.
    (local delivery is available for a fee)

    The coop below, is 4' wide by 8' long and 4' tall. This coop is $275.


    This next coop is similar to the above coop except it is 6' tall. (Overall dimensions 4' wide by 8' long and 6' tall).
    This coop is $375.


    This coop below is actually one of our custom coops. It is the standard coop above with a 4' by 8' extension. (Total dimensions - 4' wide by 16' long and 6' tall). This unit was $575.


    We have made pigeon coops, breeding insolation coops, and a number of other various styles.
    Please let free to check out our website at: http://www.odysseyranch.com/Poultry Supplies.html for other supplies that we have available. Feel free to call or email us for information on any of our coops or supplies. (661) 728-1601 / [email protected] . We are located in Lancaster, CA.

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Chicken Strut
    "Not very helpful if you're bldg your own coop"
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Jul 12, 2018 at 7:29 PM
    This is, as others have said, basically a commercial for the coops that are shown for sale. Since there's little information on how these were built, there's not much info here for someone who's planning their own coop build.
  2. Anonymous
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Jul 6, 2018
    Advert. You can build your own better.
  3. SavKel&RynKel
    "Nice commercial!"
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Jul 1, 2018
    Hope business is booming!


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  1. reinvestment
    the reason they are so cheap is there are no sides to keep the chickens from rain, snow or the cold. In the north of Ind. there must be some enclosure and hear source. I have a 100 light over their water and with 14 chickens, it keeps them just above freezing. Once the temp went to 12 and the water froze. The coop is completely enclosed at night with a small vent at the top in case it gets too warm. In the summer there is a large vent with screening for protection from predators. My coop was $700. Inexpensive compared to most.
  2. Chook Chick
    Agreed. The prices here in Colorado are absurd!!
  3. raygirl4386
    why do you have to be 3000 miles away everyone around here asks over double what you are asking for and they dont even include a run! i really like them good job.

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