Modified Purina Coop 4x8

By Cierra · Sep 2, 2012 · ·
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  1. Cierra
    Modified Purina Coop 4x8.jpg My boyfriend did a BEAUTIFUL job building a coop for our five (soon to be eight) hens. It is a modified purina coop, we made it 4x8' to accommodate more hens. We are not quite done, need more hardware for the nestbox closure (now we are weighing it down with a brick). The purina plans are slightly wrong in some of their measurements, please be sure to check them as you build to make sure you don't waste lumber.

    We were helped a lot in the beginning by Sam and Domino's follow-along here:https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/...p-with-full-instructions-and-pictures-stage-1 It wasn't finished, but it was still a great instructional help in the beginning and we're grateful for the guidance.

    The run is not pictured, but there is a door in the back of the coop that opens into a open air run.

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Susan Dye
    "Lovely Color"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 23, 2018
    It's a nice looking coop. Work in progress? What is the ladder for? Roosting or for entering/exiting the coop? Would really like to know the name of the paint color and the brand. What about ventilation?
  2. N F C
    "More Detail?"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 23, 2018
    It would be nice to have more information on how you built your coop (and more photos, please, including more of the inside). From what I see, it looks like you did a nice job!
  3. mrs_organized_chaos
    "Nice coop"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 23, 2018
    would love to see details about the build, plans, materials used in the article. In progress pictures would be a bonus as well.

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  1. Sally Sunshine
    love the colors!
  2. Stumpy
    Looks great!
  3. Tammy N
    I looked at that Coop Nice ,My roomate made one from scrap wood thats 8X7 for 12 hens and a 12x12 run for now LOL great job make him dinner,or treat him out to a ball game of some sort he worked hard ,

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