Wichita extended.

By fergusonlitch · Sep 14, 2013 · Updated Sep 16, 2013 · ·
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    [​IMG]Our first coop. Added an extra section making the size 12 x 6. Have a little painting yet to complete and power for our hard winters.

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  1. Cryss
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    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 15, 2018
    Looks good but how did you build it? What would you do differently?
  2. karenerwin
    "Love all the pictures, but need more info"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 14, 2018
    Your coop looks really nice, however there aren't a lot of details about the build except what you can figure out from the pictures. I would have liked a sketch of your design , or a supplies list or some text about what you did to build the coop. What features did you put on the inside? Did you insulate or just leave plain wood on the inside?

    I love all the ventilation you built into your coop!
    If you were to build this again is there anything you would do differently?

    Thanks for sharing your coop with us.
  3. 21hens-incharge
    "Well done."
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 7, 2018
    Seriously wish there were notes. You did say it is a Wichita coop extended. I bet those plans are readily available since it is a popular style.

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  1. Cryss
    Great pics. Wish there were some write ups giving details, and how many birds will occupy this?
  2. ChickenLife
    You did a beautiful job on the your chicken coop, it is very neat and clean. Looks like it well do the job just great.
  3. Sam3 Abq
    Very nice. We are planning our 1st flock for spring here in Albuquerque - and we are most likely using the Wichita design for our coop. Nice variations by you on yours.

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