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By ann21, Aug 19, 2013 | | |
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    [​IMG]This is the hen house and run , that I built for my wife . It took a year in my spare time to complete it, it is 6.5x 7.5x 8.5 high . It is divided by a half wall and chicken wire , with a small door between. One side is for the chickens , and the other for storage and egg collection. The back of the base cabinet is cut out , and used for egg boxes, six boxes total. It has a automatic pop door , 3.5 insulation in walls and ceiling , fully wired , new windows , rear clean out door , very easy to clean. We have six hens and one rooster . I hope that you enjoy our pictures. :)

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  1. joan1708
    lovely coop!
  2. ann21
    Thank you ! He work so hard on it. I love my baby chickens! ( well they are not baby's anymore ,but to me they will always be my baby chickens.)
  3. Whittni
    Looks good.
  4. rexy
    can I come and live in your coop?
  5. Brookliner
    Beautiful coop.
  6. tiffphares
    Love it! I really like the idea of having half sectioned off with the wire-how creative :)

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