1. Teufelt

    Teufelt In the Brooder

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    About 95% of the coop was built with recycled materials, my total investment on the coop is just under $200.

    My next project is the run, I will be removing the plastic tarps on the roof and installing a hard roof over the run, I am thinking of using galvanized corrugated roofing but am still trying to decide.

    The current run is built on a concrete slab, the run is an old dog kennel 7’X14’.

    I am looking for roofing ideas, I’d like to see pictures of your runs so I can get ideas.
     
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  2. Spartan22

    Spartan22 Crowing

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    Here’s my roof on the run

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  3. jthornton

    jthornton Crowing

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    My Coop
    You should add your location in your profile so it's always there. I don't know where you live but in colder areas you need draft free ventilation in the winter and I don't see any on your coop. It is cute but the chickens don't care about looks only function.

    JT
     
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