Alaska Coop For Wet And Cold Weather

By borealchicks · Jun 11, 2012 · ·
Rating:
3/5,
  1. borealchicks
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    Here is our coop we put together with mostly scavenged and recycled materials. We live in a very wet climate and moderate cold in the winter so we made a run partially under the coop for the girls to get out of the rain. We dug deep around the foundation to put in brick and try to keep the digging predators out. Recently added an electric fence after a visit from Mr. Bear. Coop is insulated with rigid foam. Access doors on right for nesting boxes and food/water. Access doors on left for clean out so we could pull the wheelbarrow under to catch the used material. Custom glass window to let the girls have flowers year round.

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Recent User Reviews

  1. MROO
    "Great Coop - Very Few Details - No How-to."
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 5, 2018
    This is a really great-looking coop. The title is a real eye-catcher, - Wet and Cold Weather - but the details are all in one photograph. The picture is wonderful ... but doesn't show anything about the "Wet and Cold Weather" adaptations. I would LOVE to see this article fleshed out! The coop has a unique look (LOVE the Northwest feel of the wood and brick) and it would be great to see more on how it was designed and built. ... Please?
  2. 21hens-incharge
    "Where's the details?"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 1, 2018
    Dimensions would be great to have. It's cute but what about pics inside? We all would love to see some.

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  1. weluvchickens
    wow, this is gorgeous! I love the window!
  2. crissycriss
    A lovely home for your chickens.I'm sure they love it.Great job!!
  3. crissycriss
    A lovely home for your chickens.I'm sure they love it.Great job!!
  4. The Old Yolks
    It's a beautiful coop. Well done. I love it!
  5. judyki2004
    Awesome photo! Lovely coop, and very cute boy with his pet chicken
  6. brian g
    You have built a really beautiful home for them !

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