Coup de Cadieux: Community Garden and Chicken Coop on the Hill

  1. keeperofthecoop
    Coup de Cadieux... This coop is based off Heather Bullard's Coop Design. We used her general plans, but repositioned the doors and doubled the coop so it was symmetrical. It now has two end roosting areas with a large run in the middle of the coop and one in the back. My husband added a solar powered door so the chickens can go in safely at night and out in the morning. The entire back run areas is covered in wire so no critters can get in. My husband, Kevin and our dear Neighbor Pete built the coop. It's just beautiful if I do say so myself. [​IMG]

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    This is Pete.
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    Kevin, Pete and that black shadow in the corner is our Bouvier des Flandres, Bodi.

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    We Love our Cupola! (Sharon, Kevin, Pete and Myself-Jill)
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    Easter Brunch at the coop. First day for the 5 week old chicks to go from their home in the garage to their new home in the garden.

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    Memorial Day at the coop. Pete built fences to go around the flower beds as the dogs kept plopping on them to get a better look at the chicks.
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    Celebrating the finishing of the coop.

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  1. livhatcher
    This coop is amazing. I bought Heather's plans & abandoned them quickly due to the small size. You've really created something special here!
  2. crazyfeathers
    I would live in there with the chickens. What wonderful neighbors you have. Love it!!
  3. Peep_Show
    Wonderful!

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