Chicken Coop 8

By Average_Gringo · Jan 11, 2012 · Updated Jul 30, 2012 · ·
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    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!!!
  11. chickenpooplady
    Very nice coop!
  12. blackswamp
    Two thumb's up!
  13. Jnet
    NYONE. I have a question: If there is a locked caged run, why is there a need for a pop door? Seems like more of a hassle to have to let them out each morning and close them in at night. Thanks.
  14. sezjasper
    This is excellent!
  15. AlanMc
    That is not an "Average Gringo's Coop". That is an exceptionally well thought out coop. Very good job. I am envious.
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  16. Pawsnhoofs
    I might have to copy this very pretty coop. Nice job, did you build yourself?
  17. chickery-do
    Very Nice, but you have to get on your hands and knees to clean up the pooooo. Something I would not like to do in the winter. But the coop itself is Very nice. Very good construction and the inside is very nice. So I'll quit cuz there's enough very's in this.
  18. melissaG
    Very very cool setup!! I might just borrow this idea for the bantam garden house I'm trying to plan out! Thank you for sharing! ^^
  19. kacklinkelly
    Amazing! will be holding onto this for my next coop project. Love the design and color combination.
  20. maizy'smom
    Two questions: How many chickens (LF/bantams), and, did you bury hardware cloth to prevent burrowing predators?
    Actually, there's a third question....did you clean up for pics, or take pics before move-in day? In any case, very nice job. I particularly like the pop-door mechanism. Well done!
  21. Nupetwo
    Well Done!
  22. osagechickens
    That is a very cool coop. Well thought out and the color scheme is really good also. Very well done.
    Mark
  23. Ariel188
    WOW AWESOME!! What are the measurements inside? Like each roost bar how long are they? How big of a footprint is the whole thing? How big is the inside area? Thanks!! I love your coop, even the colors are just super, great design, NICE WORK indeed!!!
  24. acemario
    I was looking for a style for my next coop... Looks like I found it! :)
  25. judyki2004
    absolutely love it!
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  27. lizm1221
    Great coop!!!
  28. CinnamonQueen
    Congrats on POW! Nice coop!
  29. Weasleymum
    What a pretty coop! I love the colors. What are the dimensions, and how many birds does it house?
  30. BYC Project Manager
    Congratulations, we've chosen one of your pics for the CC-POW. Thanks for posting your coop design & pictures to our "Chicken Coops" pages! You can find more info about the CC-POW here: CC-POW Process
  31. Percysmom
    I love this coop
  32. gander111
    Very nice!

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