Happy ducks coop and run!

By happy duck · Jul 29, 2018 · ·
  1. happy duck
    Hi there! In this article I am going to go over the basics of how I built this run/coop. I will start with the coop:


    We started out with a old chunky house. Then we fixed it up to look like all of the pictures below.

    We then fixed it up, added venting, covered all holes and opening with 1/2 inch welded wire and painted the now cozy duck coop. The finished product was fantastic and looked so good! The ducks enjoy it so much and feel so protected in their duck house!

    The run was harder....took more money and lots more time. I will give some pictures and some info to scratch the surface of how we built this.
    We started off with some post sticking out of the ground.
    We then put 1/2 inch welded wire around the whole perimeter and built a door.
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    We then put a roof on with poultry netting.
    That is it! Thank you guys for your reviews and comments!

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Recent User Reviews

  1. AngieMaesChix
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Feb 26, 2019
    Beautiful setup!!! :love
    happy duck likes this.
    1. happy duck
      Thanks! My ducks love it...and so do I! I would go live in it with them..if I could! :)
  2. rjohns39
    "Very Nicely Done"
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Aug 2, 2018
    happy duck likes this.
    1. happy duck
      Thank you for your review! I am very glad you like it!
  3. N F C
    "Nice Photos"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 29, 2018
    Thanks for sharing pictures of your duck coop & run. Hope you'll eventually add some build details! I like the little flower box at the side, always nice to have a pop of color.
    1. happy duck
      Thank you!


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  1. happy duck
    Ok guys! I have redone the article! Thank you guys for understanding!!!! I did not realize that I could save it to a draft! So sorry!!!!
  2. happy duck
    I am sorry...I should have saved it as a draft. I am changing this article to be more of an article. So sorry!

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