A frame coops and Hen Houses

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  1. Greenchickencoop

    Greenchickencoop Out Of The Brooder

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    Well its been a busy few weeks for us, business is booming and we are always adding new products. We have a good website now so if anyone would like to check it out and leave me there comments please feel free.

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  2. sugarbush

    sugarbush Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Good looking coops. How do you know your plywood was harvested in a renewable manner?

    I was building coops and milling the lumber myself and found that people like having something that is 100% local harvested. You might have a little niche if you eliminated the plywood and went with all local lumber:)

    I was using 100% storm damaged or otherwise dead trees for the sawlogs and had no problem with not having enough material around. I still have enough on hand to build several more coops, but I got bored.

    Good luck with it.
     
  3. Shared Acres

    Shared Acres Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Cute!
     
  4. Zoomom

    Zoomom Certified Cackleberry Consumer

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    Very cute coops. How are they for winter? How many hens are they meant for? 2 or 3? something like that?
     

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