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Cedar Palace

By house1917, Mar 6, 2013 | | |
  1. house1917
    After pricing out materials and the weighing the potential for design/build-induced arguments-- we decided to buy rather than build. It was built in sections off site, and assembled on site. The siding and most of the framing is cedar- excellent natural deterrent to a number of pests. The coop and run are perfect for the little peeps, and the larger (uncovered) run will be finished this weekend. Zero complaints to date- other than my mistake of using rice hulls as bedding that promptly fell through the floor's ventilation gaps- easily fixed using pine shavings.

    For central and coastal Texans, the builder is Brad's Cedar Shop and he's great to work with. Super responsive.
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  1. Stumpy
    Love it!!

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