Skye K23s Chicken Coop

By Skye_k23 · Jan 11, 2012 · ·
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  1. Skye_k23
    Ok finally got pictures of my chicken moat. Hope you enjoy.
    We used electrical conduit for the archs. It is stronger than plain pvc.
    The dimensions of the moat are 50 ft by 30ft by 5 ft.
    Inside we have 6 planter boxes each measuring 2ft by 16ft.
    This will be the garden next year (still need to build up soil).

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    These are my girls. This shows the overall look
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    This is a view twards the coop Looking thru the archway
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    This is the girls favorite corner. Here is the bridge.


    Here are some new pictures of some of my chickies :)


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    These are most of my ladies!

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    This is Big Mama This is our rooster Flower!






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  1. Anonymous
    "Interesting..."
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jun 30, 2018
    This is a fascinating idea! I would just love it if this coop page contained a wee bit more information as to how this was built. Aside from this, it doesn't actually show many pictures of the coop itself

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  1. TheBrumstead
    Do you have any current pics of this? Curious how it held up/what it looks like now.
  2. Stumpy
    I really like this, how the run surrounds your raised beds. Wow -- that's a lot of work.
  3. canesisters
    I ADORE this!!!!! Very well done and just cute too!

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