We purchased this coop from Wooden Wonders in Spring 2015 and couldn't be happier with the design and construction! It is easy to clean and very functional. Plus, we live in a suburban neighborhood and since our dogs occupy our fenced-in back yard, the chicken coop is located in the front yard in our 15' x 15' fenced-in vegetable garden. The chickens co-existed peacefully with our vegetable plants until we had to cover the fence with a pond net so the chickens wouldn't fly over. The carnage was immediate. The vengeful chickens ripped out every flower and vegetable within a day. Our fence is 4' high and we have to crouch to enter the coop area. Any suggestions as to how to cover the 15' x 15' garden area (other than draping pond netting on top)? We free range our chickens when we are home but would like them to be protected in a large, covered area when we are not. The enclosed run that came with the coop is too small to keep them in all day. We are loving the fresh eggs and enjoy the antics of our chickens!
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