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    I am new to chicken keeping. But have become ADDICTED! I spend every evening with my gals, just chillin and relaxing. I am always doing something to their coop or run. I always find something to modify or to just make it more comfy for them.
    [FONT=comic sans ms,sand]Here is my mixed flock...
    Lil' Red our Rhode Island Red rooster
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    Col. Sanders our Barred Plymouth Rock rooster...

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    Gretta our Black Sex Link (the Boss Lady)...
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    Kracker our White Rock...(recently discovered, thanks Tricia)
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    Peaches our Golden Comet...
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    Blanche our Barred Plymouth Rock...
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    Grace the duck...
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    This is the coop in progress...
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    It is attached to our house and as of now is "open". I am going to enclose it but since we are in Florida I am going to wait until Fall to do so since itis so HOT. I am trying to think of a way to make the sides of it removable so that they can be put on and taken off with the seasons.
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    Looking inside from the front...
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    This is the 3'x4' Hutch style coop I built for our Silkies and Cochins...
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    And it's inhabitants...
    Zsa Zsa our black Silky Bantam...
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    Eva our blue Silky Bantam...
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    Magda, our partridge Silky Bantam...

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    Mildred, our Buff Cochin...
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    Margret, our other Buff Cochin...
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    Mildred and Margret...
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    Mildred and Magda...
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    Col. Sanders and Gracey coming out for breakfast...
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    As I said, the coop is "In Progress". At the time of this posting I have already made some renovations. I am still trying to decide if I want to enclose this coop or just make a totally different coop. I have looked at many coops on here and have gotten some really good ideas! I would like to make a Country Barn style coop with windows and just convert this into a run for it. But we'll see. As of now they enjoy it!

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