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George the rooster
Foxy the broody
The new roof is finaly finish.
An amazing Compound! I had worried that all my adjoining runs must be the same height. Now I know better. I can proceed without that worry. Thanks for posting; great pics.
That is the most awesome chicken village I've ever seen! Can you come make me one?
What did you do to keep burrowing predators out?
*Is utterly amazed*
That is chicken heaven.
Wowzers!!!!! An inspiration for sure! Love the imagination. And your birds are in beautiful condition!
Amazing coop! Can you tell us more about the netting for the roof? Did it hold or allow the snow load to pass through?
This is absolutely amazing! This is what I aspire for my chickens Someday...someday...!
Those chickens are adorable!!!
Oh my gosh, that is amazing! I am so jealous! How long did it take to build?! I was thinking earlier about doing a new chicken coop and a new run. I was also thinking about going fancy this time as well.
Excellent! Time to break out the graph paper and start to dream big!!
I want a coop like that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wow! That is an amazing coop. I want like that!!
To quote myself when I first saw the picture "Oh my f*cking god." This is so beautiful. It's not even describable. . . I just, oh gods, I love it so much. I'm so jealous, gods, how beautiful. So, just, argh! I want this. . . so much. . . my chickens would love this coop-village, they're obsessed with things like these. I'm in the middle of building my own coop and I'm so going to get ideas from this. Sorry. Not sorry, argh, I'm so jealous. . . you've got some goddamn lucky chickens.
Oh my goodness! Pictures speak a 1,000 words. Thanks so much for including so many great pictures of your flocks yard and coop. I good so many good ideas...especially love the way you grow the grass for them to have fresh greens. We don't get snow like you do, but I am glad to see your set-up in the snow. Great ideas!!!
Oh wow! Such a neat and unique chicken village.
Love the live semi-covered grass areas! I see the concrete blocks being used as supports and hardware cloth attached to the frame - is there anything else about it that I'm missing? This is definitely going on my 'must-haves" list. Ohh and one more question...can I come visit?!?!
Amazing labor of love!
Wow! Your chickens must be the luckiest in the world with such an amazing place to live! I'm completely taken aback!
Amazing, just amazing
Nicest coop set up I've ever seen! Absolutely love this <3
I love your coop!! I am working to create my own chick haven, inspired from your ideas.
Wow! What a cool setup!
Oh MY GOSH! That is amazing. Here and I thought my chickens were going to be spoiled. I think you have it nailed. That is a beautiful coop, I wish I could afford to put that much into mine.
Wow! I am envious!
It's absolutely amazing! For some reason it reminds me of the butterfly pavilion, only for chickens. Chicken paradise!
What breed is that rooster with the white ear lobes? The colorful one? I think that breed is the father of my cross cockerel. It has ben a mystery...
I LOVE THIS!
This is the ultimate, something to aspire to! Like a Taj Mahal compound.
I love that's kind of my vision but on a smaller scale
What a coop/village!! I love it!
You have a fabulous set up, thank you for sharing.
Arianna, could you tell me what kind of netting you used on the beds?
Is it plastic coated. Thank you
Overall, this is an ingeneous coop! So well thought out...
I know how the grass patches work! The wire is low enough so that the chickens can get at the grass, but they can't ruin it by scavenging in it.The cinder blocks help keep the wire up.
I want to know more! Thanks for the inspiring coop!
Wow! What a great Chicken Village! ;-D
How do the little green patches work? It all looks wonderful!
Absolutely beautiful!! I love it!
WOW!!! That is an awsome set up!!! I'm jealous!
This is great for me. I plan on about 50 chickens. I have the land in Thailand. (2014) This is just one part of the farm. will be fish pond about ten cows and the rest in fruit trees and veggies.
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woah! that is so awesome!