Ashley & Philippe & Jade's Coop & Run

By Beour3rd · Oct 24, 2014 · Updated Oct 24, 2014 · ·
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    so this done, we got the chickens and put them in with a little divider wall: below

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    Baco met the chicks.

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    they got bigger, and we kept putting off making our chicken run due to: life

    so we made a little outdoor enclosure for them and put them outside every day.

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    they got bigger and bigger....
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    watering system, totally failed. the nipples were cheap from china and this was taken down even after four attempts.
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    so we dug the run area up.
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    quite a dig.
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    started building.. and here is where we failed to take pictures.. but some completed chicken run pictures follow.
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    there are actually gutters(fabric wrapped sand) running under the 2x12 in the ground, so that they do not rot as much as possible. the gutters drain the water away (and have large amounts of stones wrapped in fabric to fill the run on the lower side to guide water to the gutters)

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    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 8, 2018
    Would love to see more details of the build and the inside of the coop!
  2. Nardo
    "Good article"
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Jul 2, 2018
    of a small 'cottage' coop and a large run. Not sure if the coop itself is big enough for the amount of chickens shown, but the coop is well constructed and the run was a much needed addition.

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  1. Purpletie3
    Great looking coop. I really like the scallop edge you put in. What did you insulate it with?
  2. crazyfeathers
    The hell with the coop lets see pictures of your chickens! Lol just kidding. I love your color scheme on the coop I was a bit worried at first when I seen that green but I love it.. great job.
  3. Henna56
    love the coop, nice job!
  4. Beour3rd
    coop is fully insulated as this is canada. and the mesh we got two rolls costs 180$ per roll.

    but our Coop & Run cost 250$ in total... due to being frugal. hehe

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