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Chicken Coop 8

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  1. Average_Gringo
    Average Gringo's Chicken Coop

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  1. Mezleona
    Lol I bet your either not a gringo or you have a lot of Mexicans around
    Lol so, can you share the plans? I have a small coop, but I want to build a run like your. That height allows you to go in.
  2. peterlund
    Now this is a fun coop. Proven design, but the color combo is amazing. And a parquet floor.... Excellent.
  3. TNBEARCHICK
    Looks very nice.
  4. danib
    This coop is awesome. On the 7th pic down ( and also the 11th)...what are the circle cut outs for? Functional or decoration?
  5. shannacrew
    The colors are great, what a cute coop!
  6. terrapin
    love it, especially the colors
  7. chickenlily13
    Nice , but where's the poop mess pics? Could be my mancave , ha!
  8. adgcountrygirl
    Well, in this one, something might dig under, into the run. My husband said the same thing about our coop/run, and we stopped closing the coop. But, closing them in the coop does help them get into the habit of roosting and nesting where you want them too as opposed to digging a hole in the ground and nesting there, ect.
  9. dcfrenk
    @Jnet If there is not mesh on the bottom, there are preditors that will dig under the enclosure to get in and feast on chickens. Those predators are mainly nocturnal, meaning that they are active at night, which is why it is still important to lock the roost up tight in the evening.
  10. dcfrenk
    Fabulous!!!

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