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It's a South Carolina Thing

By anthonyh, Mar 8, 2015 | Updated: Mar 8, 2015 | | |
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  1. anthonyh
    Started with no real design in mind, but had some scrap lumber laying around from last year when I replaced my deck and a crate that a very large electrical panel came in from work.
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    Added the nesting boxes.
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    Inside view.
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    screwed some tree branches I cleared out to an old deck board for the ramp.
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    Had to make a Lowes run for the fencing, no scrap laying around this time.
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    Decided to put down some cheep vinyl self stick tiles to make cleaning easier... Not sure how this will work out just yet.
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    My cousin gave me some metal decking used in steel buildings for elevated concrete pours which i used as a roof. Another Lowes trip for paint and its ready for my chickens.
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    The Wanger sprayer worked GREAT on the roofing. And the fact I spent less than $100 makes me happy.

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  1. lovepeeps
    You have a nice setting for the girls. Love the coop too
  2. crazyfeathers
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