- May 29, 2019
Hi, all. I'm going to build a chicken tractor in the near future. Probably a rickshaw looking thing with an elevated coop + a run that goes in front of and underneath the coop (something with a similar shape to this, probably: https://www.backyardchickens.com/articles/sadie-lane-brooder-tractor.65749/) Here's my question (and I hope this makes sense): how do I attach wheels to the back of the tractor in such a way that the run frame lies flat on the ground when the tractor is sitting still? Like, I don't want there to be a gap between the run frame and the ground, but I also want to be able to lift the tractor from the front and move it as needed. Hope that makes sense. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.