Brentwood Chicks Coop

By okgatesgirl · Dec 25, 2012 · Updated Dec 25, 2012 · ·
  1. okgatesgirl




    We spent a considerable amount of time researching coops on BYC...and came up with this. We were looking to manage the hot Oklahoma summers and the freakishly cold snaps we have in the winter months. We built small, for 4 chickens, as that is all our city codes will allow. We have no idea how much we ended up spending, as it was built over a period of a few months, and when we got a new idea- we just went and got what we needed to make it happen...So we now say that each egg from our hens will be worth their weight in gold!

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    It would be nice if the article had more details in it. Like the bright red color!
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    "Good job"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Sep 11, 2018
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  1. emarketwiz
    Good job!
  2. ArnucaChooks
    Job well done, great looking coop, your girls will be happy
  3. Tropical Chick
    Nice work! You might want to paint the metal roof white because it will bake your hens in the heat if you left it gray. I used the clear gray plastic grooved roofing on my run that has UV protection because here in Florida it gets very hot too.
  4. willowbranchfarm
    Beautiful coop.
  5. Countrywantabe
    oh- that is lovely. What does it look like inside? Good job.
  6. SarahJaneB
    That is one beautiful coop. Love the creativity on that door :)

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