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Anyone have barn/run for 100 or so chickens? need pics

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by cupman, Nov 28, 2011.

  1. cupman

    cupman Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hello I am doing a school project on a small business and my model was all about chickens. I need to make a nice display board for my idea but my current setup is very small time and not what I need. So basically I am asking for people to show me some large chicken setups that they own or that they know of that they would be comfortable with me using their picture for a school project. I won't use it for marketing or anything else, strictly school purposes. I'm browsing around now but if you know one off hand it would be much appreciated.

    Thanks!
     
  2. farmer9989

    farmer9989 Out Of The Brooder

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    moveable Hoop coops going to be cheapest and quickest.
     
  3. mississippifarmboy

    mississippifarmboy collects slightly damaged strays Premium Member

    We have an old barn converted into several coops with runs. You can see pictures on "my page" and my "barn/coop" page.

    Two coops are built for up to 25 large fowl birds each, one for a dozen bantams and the main coop for up to 50 birds with a feed-room in the middle and a hallway, horse stable and goat stable on the end. Not sure if that would be any help, but feel free to use anything there if you can use it.
     
  4. Zanna

    Zanna Chillin' With My Peeps

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    This hoop coop/tractor we built can comfortably hold 70 chickens, we do free range though, they only sleep in here. The base is pvc pipe so we can easily pull it with a 4-wheeler or any vehicle. We can push it sideways by hand w/two people. It would be quite easy to make a larger version. I would be happy to answer any specific questions, just PM me.

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