Brooklyn Chicken Crib

By PLATTZOLOV · Jul 22, 2012 · ·
    Riding the wave of urban chicken farmers, this small chicken palace (3x3") sits within a 4x4x8' run.

    Home to 4 chickens, it features 3 access points (side door, egg door, and full drop-down back door access for easy cleaning) and a retractable roof for breezy ventilation on hot days.

    Super-secret key feature inside: the natural-birch roost has a floating floor below it to catch chicken poop from above without soiling their eating area below.

    Materials on this were about $400.[​IMG]


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Recent User Reviews

  1. Nardo
    "Small coop"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Aug 21, 2018
    Be good to have some more info on how you built this cute coop.
  2. mrs_organized_chaos
    "Lacking Details"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 6, 2018
    The article itself if lacking details. I think overall the coop looks great but with few pictures of the interior set up and no plans, another member would have to visually figure out how to build this coop. Based on comments others would love to mimic this coop in their backyard.


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  1. jeffreypresley
    I love it! I'm looking to build a new coop soon for my Brooklyn Chickens, I'll keep this one in mind!

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