Almost done, this took 6 months.

astatula

Songster
10 Years
Mar 19, 2009
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Astatula
Here are the pictures of the building site. I only wanted one coop but the size of the first coop was not going to hold all of my chickens and I had to build another. They are coop kits but the runs are trial and error, more error than I hoped. The first little run was part of the kit, but nowhere near the correct size, so I fenced it all in so the dogs wouldn't eat them and added on a 12x12 run and connected it to the little run. Did the same with the second coop Talk about a money pit.


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This coop is pretty simple to assemble.
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Add the fence so the dogs don't get any ideas, toy chickens.
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Now add the 12x12 run connected to the little Bantam run.
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Add another coop and another run. Those two trees were in just the right place to put a gate.
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This is how it looked this morning.
Now all I need to do is get rid of about 10 chickens and it will all be done.
 

DianeB

Songster
12 Years
Mar 12, 2009
740
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If the chicken thing doesn't work, you can rent it out and make a nice return
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Beautiful coop and run.

DB
 

Chicken Fruit

Songster
10 Years
Feb 25, 2009
1,507
12
173
Echo Homestead
I was like "cripes! 6 months to build a coop?!" when I saw the subject line. Then I saw the pictures. uh, crazy nice!

Dont tell my chickens they live in the slums, okay?

lol
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