Bobby Joes Small Coop Page

By Bobby Joe · Jan 11, 2012 · ·
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  1. Bobby Joe
    This is my second coop I turned a shed into a coop and this is the one I built from scratch. The coop is 5'x5'x6' tall it is made from shippng boxes 2 and pine wood pallets. All materials were free except the screws,less than $7 for them.First I built the frame from the shipping boxes and runners from the pallets . I then covered that in the 6" wide boards form the pallets. It took 1 day to break down the pallets and the boxes and 1 day to reassemble. The shingles and hinges all were from things I had around home. As you can see It has a hinged top for cleaning and egg collection. I will add windows soon so the kids can look out and for warmth in winter the vent at the top has a plexi cover and screen for the summer. I hope this was helpful when you build yours. wood free shingles free screws 7 bucks the feeling you have when you build your first coop ...priceless.....
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    This is what I used and now to clean up the mess before the DW gets home ....
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    Looks like these little guys are loving thier new coop

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Recent User Reviews

  1. sumi
    "Would love more details and pics of build"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 10, 2018
  2. Trux
    "A Tiny Coop"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jun 30, 2018
    Just like people have Tiny houses, this is a Tiny coop ;) Very well done BTW!:thumbsup

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  1. RoostersCrow HensDeliver!
    This is a very cute idea for a few chickens. Do you have problems with rain going through the screen ventilation at the top of the coop?

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