Spoiled Rotten Farms

By p26671 · Aug 1, 2013 · Updated Aug 1, 2013 · ·
Rating:
2.75/5,
  1. p26671
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    This is the coop my husband and his father built for the girls. It was designed to match the style of our house.

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    The body of the house is 3' by 4', with 3 nesting boxes in the back. The nesting box roof lifts up for easy access to the eggs. There is a sliding drawer on the bottom that makes cleaning a little bit easier.

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    The coop is just big enough for our 4 chickens. If I were to build another coop, I'd make it bigger. I also wouldn't recommend stuccoing the coop. It looks great, but is very heavy.

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  1. Nardo
    "Stucco coop"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Nov 5, 2018
    Be good to see more how to pics. Is there any provision for cooling? I believe that this coop could become a death trap in the Arizona summer heat.
  2. ronott1
    "How to stucco coop article"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 14, 2018
    Nice description of how t stucco a coupe.

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  1. p26671
    Ventilation isn't an issue. We've got a fan in the attic.
  2. Whittni
    Maybe there's window on the other side? I like the design though.
  3. Stumpy
    It's very cute, but I'd be very concerned about the lack of ventilation.

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