Hinkjcpoultry Coops

By wilds of pa · Jan 11, 2012 ·
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  1. wilds of pa
    ~Hinkjc Mountain Poultry Coops~
    Here's a few pictures of how some of our chickens are housed, we feel they get the best protection from the elements and predators opposed to how some keepers keep their chickens. All coops are closed up tight each and every night. "Housing & runs are the number one priority when considering raising any type of fowl."
    All of our coops are equipped with electric in them and have multiple wall outlets for water heaters to be plugged in etc. They also have fluorescent shop lighting installed in them as well, electric timers as used when needed.



    Pen #1: 8' x 8' coop w/10' x 10' run
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    Pen #2: x 8'L coop w/16'x 20'7'w


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    Pen #3: 8' x 24' coop, divided inside into 3 breeding pens, each w/8' x 75' run's
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    Pen #4: 12'w x 16'L coop now has w/16' x 50' run, also has a 4' x 8' nursery built inside for Happy broody hens

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    Run pictured here is only a 16'w x 20'L-has been upgraded
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    Pen #5: "Pre-built shed" 12'x 24' divided inside into 4 breeding pens, each with its own run
    more pics to come on this coop
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    Pen #6: 8' x 8' coop-split into 2 bantam pens, each w/ its own 4' x 12' run
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    Bantam pen
    6'W x 4'L x 4' H w/stilts 5 1/2' H, COVERED Run 6'w x 12'L

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Nardo
    "Pictures of finished coops"
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Jul 20, 2018
    Not an article about building or even showing the coops as they are going up
  2. sumi
    "Lovely coops! Would like more details on build."
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 4, 2018
  3. Hope Hughes
    "No build information"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 4, 2018
    I would have like to see how to build some of these, I like the breeding pen and would like to see how it is set up.

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