My new coop

By cowboy bob · Sep 3, 2018 · ·
  1. cowboy bob
    AB4365B7-F4B6-4008-A65D-5ACF4000655F.jpeg A4B037BD-4801-4DB4-90C5-49967D9196CA.jpeg DC097F60-77A1-4F11-AF40-BCF0490E591E.jpeg well been working on this most of the summer. Made with pallets and scrap material. Cost $ 45.00. 4 1/2x5 and about 8 feet high.

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Recent User Reviews

  1. MROO
    "Nice looking coop, great window!"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Sep 19, 2018
    This is a great looking coop. The architectural window is a really classy touch - I love it! Some interior views and some text /pics on the building process would be a real bonus.
  2. HuffleClaw
    "Love it!!"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Sep 6, 2018
  3. N F C
    "Affordable Coop"
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Sep 4, 2018
    Looks like this was well made with pallets and scrap wood! Do you have any photos of the build in progress (so others can see how it was built)? Pictures of the inside would be nice to see too. Love the rounded window!


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  1. sumi
    This is a neat little coop and I love the window! I'd love to see plans for it (if you have any) and more pics and details of the build, etc.
  2. Corys chickens
    The chickens needs outdoor space to walk around or they will die
      Kayla’s Chickens likes this.
    1. HuffleClaw
      Well... it’d be nice to free range but as long as it isn’t overcrowded, and they have fresh feed and water they will not die...
      N F C likes this.
  3. N F C
    Looks good, is it hard to move?
    1. cowboy bob
      Not quite done yet,so haven’t tried to move it. Making removable handles. It is heavy though.
      N F C likes this.
    2. Corys chickens
      It is very true happy chicken s lay more eggs mine do
    3. Corys chickens
      Picking up my speckled sussex today

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