CHICKEN TRACTOR.....I GUESS

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by wgcrochet, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. wgcrochet

    wgcrochet Out Of The Brooder

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    well i think that is what ya'll call a coop on wheels

    my hunny and i made this and did not argue or fuss once YIPPY!!!!!


    we used two by fours and fence boards
    we still have to finish the roof but he had his gall bladder taken out so it will be a while yet
    we had extremly bad weather last night and the tarp actually held up so i guess were good

    oh wait ...its been a while how do i get the pictures on here?
     
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  2. CityGirlintheCountry

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    Yay on the tractor!

    For pictures you can either go through the button up top that says "uploads" or you can use a seperate site like photobucket and then just copy them over. I sometimes have computer issues woth the BYC photo thingie so I almost always use photobucket.
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  3. wgcrochet

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    now i have it

    thanks you guys
     
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  5. wgcrochet

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    the tractor is just the tempary home till we make the big one


    this is what i want to use but my hunny says the heat in it will cook them but i think that if we make vents and leave a door open to the run area it might work

    this was on our property when we bought it and we know not what to do with it

    it is a steel skid used for storage off shore it 7ft wide by 11 ft long
    what do you guys think

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