Buns Brood

By bunsbabies · Jun 21, 2014 · ·
  1. bunsbabies
    We added on to an existing tool shed. It works out well as there is separate storage available for feed, bedding, and such. It is still a work in progress as we are first time chicken owners and kind of learning as we go.
    I know one thing, if chickens are like all our other critters, they will have us highly trained in no time!

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  1. N F C
    "Shed Conversion"
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Feb 5, 2019
    Really nice looking job converting a shed to a coop but the article lacks detail...it needs info on how the shed was converted, more pictures, etc. Would love to see the inside of this!
  2. ronott1
    "Nice coop picture!"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 15, 2018
    Adding build details, plans and a parts list would help make this an excellent article
  3. SavKel&RynKel
    "Needs more."
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Jul 8, 2018


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  1. N F C
    Wish there were more pictures of how this was made and the interior.
  2. bunsbabies
    Thank you, love the info. The other side is for storage, no bedding, feed, or anything that could become a contamination issue. I strip the girls coop/run once a week and with this warm weather I have been using the pressure washer (I'm a clean freak) lol All the other bedding/feed is in storage containers in the feed room in the barn. Everyone is so helpful, thanks again for the advice and tips! Bunsbabies <3
  3. childrenschicks
    Just be careful I've heard if u have a mite etc infestation that any bedding in the same area (wether a wall in between or not) will be contaminated and needs to be thrown out! But awesome job I love the wood/rustic look
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  5. ELauraD
    So true! Looks great~

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