Coop Des Gras

By Garden Gal, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. Garden Gal
    Just getting started... the area we decided to build our coop is not level so we began by pouring concrete pillars.
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    [FONT=times new roman,times]The floor was next. After installing the sub-flooring we laid some inexpensive vinyl on top to make cleaning easier.[/FONT]

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    My hubby is up on the roof working while my brother in law is down below "stuporvising"...:)
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    The windows are going in! The coop is 10' x 20' and will have a center hallway/storage with two separate "rooms", one on either end.
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    The outside siding is up and trim work is in the process... The weather started turning nasty so the day was finished off with installing the insulation inside the coop.
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    My husband and brother hanging the insulation... Doug (husband) was really thrilled when I told him I was going to post his picture on BYC - he almost threw the insulation at me! [​IMG]
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    The back side of the coop (duhhh...) showing the "chicken doors".

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    We will be fencing in the outside yard to keep them contained and safe. I guess it is about time to order some chicks!!

    Since I don't have photos of any chickens at this point, I'm posting two of our German Shepherd, Falcon. The first photo was at 3 1/2 months and the second was taken a month ago at 7 months. He is a real sweetie, but is keeping me on my toes! I had forgotten how energetic puppies are!

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