Cedar Sided Chicken Coop on Wheels with Duck Condo - Boise Idaho

By idahochicka · Sep 17, 2013 · ·
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  1. idahochicka
    We where contacted by a local bird rescue to build a coop. Since they are a rescue and have limited funds my husband modified his normal design to utilize as much of the structure as he could. The rescue could then house as many feathered friends as possible. He raised the chicken coop portion up in order to add a 'Duck Condo' on the bottom. This design looks stunning in person! Nesting box to nesting box is about 7'. Front to back is 3'. The coop is about 6' 5" tall.

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Anonymous
    "Great pics of finished product! Not a "how to""
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 7, 2018
    Also, I like how you added your location - climate is such a huge factor in coop design!
  2. ronott1
    "Nice tractor coop"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 7, 2018
    Build details, schematic and materials list would make the article better

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  1. Eileen 1930
    That is so cute mine came second hand, but I love it and so do my I could afford... HA! HA! HA! I have 5 chickens (Ameraucona's) and so tame. They are 15 weeks old and I got the eggs from a lady that sells eggs and Goats. Pretty blue eggs. can't wait till mine get older so I can get fresh eggs. I have been told I have all hens. I live in Florida. So would like to hear from any one here. South of Tampa... Eileen
  2. idahochicka
    Thanks! It is even more beautiful in person. My love for chickens has really rubbed off on him :) I am going to get him to build a coop for my Bob White Quail this week.
  3. desertegg
    That's nicer than my house!

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