Well, where I live we have cold winters. And the coop that my chickens were in was falling apart. A combination of two small rabbit hutches and a make-shift run made of wire in a circle made up my chickens old coop. So, I said that it was time for my chickens to get a new coop for the upcoming cold winter. So, I showed my Dad some plans for a coop. Dad suggested that we put the chickens in our springhouse. Now, our springhouse is not really a springhouse. It's a very nice shed that looks like a springhouse from the outside. Anyways, I was astonished. Originally we were going to give our chickens the whole things, but we decided about half would be better, and easier to insulate. November 3rd, my Dad and I started work, and though I wish I could have gotten mid-construction pictures, I failed to do so, because I was apart of the job!!! All afternoon we worked, came close to dinner and- voila!- the coop was finished!!! I put my chickens in, and immediately started digging away. Finally my chickens had a roosting bar, and four nesting boxes. Not to mention a loft with a Brazilian Cherry Wood ladder. Here are some pictures!!-
This is the outside. My chickens have about half of that
This is the wall separating the rest of the springhouse from their coop.
This is the whole coop. (Well, most of it. there's a bit more space on the left end)
Here's their roosting bar.
Here's the loft. To the left is their nesting boxes.
These are all of the nesting boxes.
Thanks for reading!!!!