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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by Rick-AK, Jun 7, 2010.
Rick - looking great! You'll be glad for the extra square footage once the snow starts flying...
Thank you. After talking with a few people here in Alaska it was suggested by everyone to insulate the floor. I had a lot of material left over from a renovation last year so I put it to good use. Hopefully I can get the walls insulated and OSB up inside this weekend as well as complete the roof; that is the goal anyway!
After taking a little time off from the construction we got moving again on it this past weekend. Some of the things left to do: Put metal roof on, put window in, trim work, install gate on the run, put a lid on the nesting boxes and connect the electrical outlets. Hopefully it will be completed by the end of this coming weekend!!!
Wow, I've lived in houses that aren't this nice. Great job!
The girls are doing great in their coop and run. Starting to get cold here, was 33 this morning! I have an electrician coming Monday to connect everything for me and then we are just about done. Finishing touches will have to come in the spring. I picked up the chicks on April 18th, a week old and now I am getting 5 to 8 eggs a day. Thanks to all for your help.
Wow, it turned out beautiful! I'll bet your girls are happy as can be. Great idea insulating the floor!
Gorgeous! Really like the purple trim. Can't believe it's 33 with all that green. Midnight here and 81F. We didn't have much spring this yr & looks like not much fall. Anyway also like the way u did the run & covered it
We had a very rainy and cool summer. It has been in the low 50s during the day and the leaves are dropping fast; we don't have much of a fall here.
what a beautiful place to live or in chicken talk " Bawk bawk bawk bawk buck" think I spelled that right.