Meat Bird House

By paridisefarm2009 · Jan 26, 2013 · Updated Jan 26, 2013 · ·
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2/5,
  1. paridisefarm2009
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    Hello everyone
    This is a housing complex for my upcoming Meat Birds , I Just threw it together From all my leftover materials Just laying around And of course pallets I actually Only spent $8.01 And that was for the screws , I didn't want to spend anything I Just Made things fit where needed , Now I know It is Not the best Looking palace But For the Time they are alive they will be Kept well and Safe , that is My main concern Safe , those Birds are too expensive to be eaten By a raccoon,


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Recent User Reviews

  1. Anonymous
    "Good photos; built on a tight budget, lacks detail"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 13, 2018
    This build shows that you really can build a coop on a next-to-nothing budget if one gets creative and can source recycled materials, but some detail is lacking in the descriptions of how the builder made this all work. This looks like good temporary, seasonal housing for meat birds, and I understand the budget, but for anyone looking for a bit more security I suggest forgoing any "chicken wire" and using hardware cloth instead, as raccoons and other predators are known to be able to breach chicken wire alone.
  2. 21hens-incharge
    "Where's the details?"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 6, 2018
    We need dimensions please. How many birds will this comfortably hold?

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  1. miquwid
    I feel ya on the smartphone. The coop looks great!
  2. paridisefarm2009
    LOL : ) Phones Gotta love them
  3. Kjordanov
  4. Kjordanov
    SootyIamonmypphone andthisisglitchingImeanttoputspaces?
  5. Kjordanov
    WowIactuallyreallylovethatcoop!
  6. raygirl4386
    very nice i will be doing one for meat birds as well.
  7. Big Red Hen
    Awesome! Looks really sturdy and safe.

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