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Medium Chicken Coop Designs & Pictures of Chicken Coops

By BYC Support, Jan 10, 2012 | Updated: Jan 21, 2017 | | |
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    NW Garden Coop
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    Bluegrass Coop
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    Taj Mahal / Wichita Knockoff
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    Log Cabin Coop
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    Virginia Woodland Coop
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    Mama Aflec's Chick House
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    Horse Trailer Coop
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    Dutch Hollow Hoop Coop
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    TheIvoryKitty's Coop
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    The Palace
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    silkiechicken's Coop
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    The Maxwell House's Coop
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    The Hen Hut
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    Super Awesome Chicken Coop
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    The Egg Plant
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    boisemarker's Coop
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    Debt Free Chicken Coop
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    Birds in Paradise
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    Chickie Pie Place
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    Bob's Chicken Ranch
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    Louisiana Coop
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    Stardust Farm's Hoop Coop
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    Chicken Palace
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    Coop Journey
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    My6chicks's Coop
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    Coopula Coop
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    wagnerg's Backyard Coop
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    Fire Chicken's Hoop Coop
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    FalcoOat's Coop
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    New Hampshire Coop and Run
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    Woodcox Acres' Coop
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    Recycled Shed Coop
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    Le Grand Habitant
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    Hodawg's Coop
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    parisbarbiedaisyandluna's Coop
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    Chickadoodle Heights
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    Miller's South Jersey Coop
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    The Girls' Corner
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    The Tree House
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    The Chicken Chapel
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    Chicken Gym
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    Indoor Townhouse Coops
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    Fowlies Bregére
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    Egg Shaped Hoop Coop
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    Lake Norman Coop DeVille
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    Just a Chicken Coop
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    Red Roof Pen
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    Hill Family Coop
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    Nobarcos's Coop
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    Country Chickens Coop
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    Nelgkel's Coop
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    Cyberchick's Coop and Run
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    Average Gringo's Chicken Coop
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    The Girls' Summer Home
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    Lilacfeather's Coop
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    Montana Egg Cabin
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    A West Virginia Coop
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    The Coop
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    Coop de la Ville's Coop
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    Sunflower Coop
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    Alaskan's Smaller Coops
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    My Chickens' Homes
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    vehve's Scandin-Avian Coop
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    Bogtown Chick's Coop
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    yellowchicks' Chicken Coop
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    EIEIOChick's The Breakfast Club
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    My Evansvile Indiana "Coop d'Villa"
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  1. theparkers
    how do i add my coop to this page?
  2. TheBantyCoop
    Great coops! I'll have to copy some ideas!!
  3. crikescrikes
    Great photos of chicken shacks and coops!

    Here's a video of my coop made of recycled items -- and no 2x4's were used. I am NOT a fan of chicken coops made of wood because of the difficult of getting rid of mites, pests, mold, mildew, etc. I hope you can use some of the ideas in my video.
  4. ky chicken mom
    I needed some good ventilation (other than top vent) ideas as none are on my coop yet...1/2 my babies will be ready to move in in about 2 more weeks...our weather is crazy in Ky and can go from cold to hot in same week...this weekend if weather permits will be using a lime whitewash inside on everything...thanks all...so many good ideas here that will work for my chickens in my little coop
  5. redneck farmer
    very nice coop yall cant wait till my coop joins these!!
  6. happy call duck
    I love all the coop's it has given me load's of ide's we will be making some new change;s with our one in the summer.
  7. Lazarus718
    I'll reply DancingNana but this post really should not be on someone else's coop build project. The rule of thumb for nest boxes should be one to every three hens...that means you will need 9 boxes. Your chickens will not lay twice a day. You will get an egg from each of them every one to two days if they are really happy with life. If you are getting 25 birds you are going to need a large area to house them and support them in. I believe the chicken math on the area would be 4 sq.ft a bird for the coop and 10 sq.ft. a bird for the run. Hope that helps.
  8. DancingNana
    Newbie to the site, I am planning on getting my baby chicks the 11th of this month and I am totally lost. They are all hens 25 of them Rhode Island Reds. I live in the southern part of WV so the weather is going to be a problem I don't know if I should isolate the coop house or place a heat lamp inside after I get the electric installed. Hope I haven't bit off more than I can handle. I wanted to have the experience of the eggs and for my grandchildren. I don't have any roosters. So I hope I can handle it all. can anyone tell me about how many nest boxes I would need at first I thought I needed one for each bird. Now I know I don't but I don't know how many to get build. Do these chicken usually lay once a day been told they will lay twice a day. Hope I do well with them welcome any advice or suggestions, I appreciate any help at this point. I am afraid I won't get the run area large enough and have problems with the health dept I live in a small community outside of the city limits. But people do complain...Thanks all, Nana
  9. Woodcox Acre
    I love this site, it really helped me to decide how I wanted to build our coop. I also really enjoy the forum and every one's ideas, comments, and advice. Thanks for building this site.
  10. lavender pekins
    i love all of them but i have got dad to build me the eggplant with a few adjustments first being its going to be painted sage not purple and the roof is going to be different and inside is going to be painted white to add light as there is going to be no windows to stop roosters crowing as we have a neighber who told us off because one of our 118 cows was mooing all night.lol she even phoned up council.and do you know what dad told her she shouldnt have brought a house next to a farm lol.

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