Texassuperchickens Chicken Coop

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    Our First Chicken Coop June 2008
    I built this recently and had it ready to be occupied for my chicks that arrived the day after fathers day. In the pics I didn't have the pop door cut out, but it is now and I built a screen door so that the main door can be open and the screen door gives it more light and ventilation. All in all the coop cost under $400.00 to build. It took me about two weekends to complete (I had a little help from a brother in law and my two children). Sorry if some are blurry-they are from a camera phone. Oh and I did run electricity to it for a light and one outlet (the light can be switched on/off the outlet is constantly on). We started with 13 Red stars 1 dominique, and 3 Auracaunas.


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    Framing front view
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    Front
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    The back
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    Standing at the door you can see the roosts on the right and nest boxes on the left

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    Enough roosts for more chickens than I think we will ever have. :eek:)
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    Better view from the door
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    First coat of paint
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    Finished front
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    Finished Back
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    Our girls first night in the coop.
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    This winter after a year and a half in use
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    Recent goat add on
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    Close up
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    My new goats...Mari & Lily

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