Joe's BBQ and Egg Emporium! or as my friends call it Yolk Manor.

By joer77, Jul 18, 2014 | Updated: Sep 26, 2014 | | |
  1. joer77
    I am a urban farmer in Dayton Ohio. I can see downtown Dayton from my front porch. I always wanted a mini-farm. just never thought I would have it in the city. This is my chicken story ! [​IMG] These are my chick's! I started with twenty mix breeds, girls and two boys. I lose both of my boys and two of my girls![​IMG] Now to build them a safe and attractive home! . [​IMG] The location is chosen. [​IMG] Not sure if this is a medium or large coop?[​IMG]
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    [​IMG] The air vent and cleaning doors! [​IMG] Old glass cabinet door.
    [​IMG] Pull string door!
    [​IMG] The egg emporium!
    [​IMG]AIR VENT! [​IMG] A view from the door.[​IMG] Early Chicken run. [​IMG]

    Three months of polishing and tweaking Joe's BBQ and Egg Emporium! [​IMG][​IMG]
    [​IMG] My friends chicken gargoyle for extra protection![​IMG] [​IMG] Butternut, Spaghetti and Cushaw Squash to share with my girls![​IMG][​IMG] Added a few new kids to the flock and sent some to a friends free range farm! [​IMG]
    Just a little left to do but am proud of my work and I think my chicken are spoiled![​IMG][​IMG] Joe's BBQ and Egg Emporium! from Doggietopia Urban Farm![​IMG]

    The New addition! The Love Shack!

    [​IMG] It's my breeding coop and run![​IMG]

    I still have to do the cedar wood shakes for the roof. I am also plant a nice shade tree close by! I have choose to breed Barnevelder

    [​IMG] and Black Copper Marrans! [​IMG]
    Might try to cross so that the Barnevelder's egg can become darker!
    [​IMG] The egg layers check out the new pad!
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    The Love Shack![​IMG]

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  1. Mountain Peeps
  2. joer77
    I have doubled wire the bottom, plus buried it a foot in the ground! I going to line the inside with garden fencing also. The run is top with deer netting and the back run with wire. Thanks for you comments!! Doggietopia Urban Farms!
  3. Chipper Chicken
    Nice coop! I love the door, and it's great for letting light in in the winter. I will be using a similar one in mine (winged woods on wheels), ( actually two, one on each side, with screen doors inside for summer ventilation)
    That color is perfect! ;~>
    Are those old MGTD wheels? Nice touch! Just a small suggestion, but keep an eye on the chicken wire at the bottom, sometimes predators can get through that stuff. Maybe add some 1/4 or 1/2" hardware cloth?
    Looking at Your coop makes me smile, what a neat job you did!
  4. SwedishDude99
    Wow, awesome coop! How much of your yard does that take up? Hahaha that is the biggest chicken coop I've seen someone have in a city.

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