Coop and Run 99% done

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by felidaet, May 11, 2009.

  1. felidaet

    felidaet Songster

    Dec 10, 2008
    Vancouver, Wa.
    It seems like I have been working on the coop and run forever. I believe I started the coop in late Jan or early Feb. This weekend I almost finished the run. I just need to pickup another box a washers to finish hanging the last few pieced of hardware cloth and poultry wire.

    The chicks spent most of the daytime on Sat and today (Sun) in the run. They really seem to like it.

    A couple of pictures are posted below. I will try to get around to updating my web page with many more pictures and more text sometime in the next week or so.






  2. Looks very nice , great job ! [​IMG]
  3. ~*Sweet Cheeks*~

    ~*Sweet Cheeks*~ Songster

    Mar 12, 2009
    Medford, Oregon

    You are doing a great job. Nice to see a nice sized run that's covered. That'll be nice to keep your chicks dry with all the rain we get in Washington.

    Thanks for sharing.
  4. MissCluck

    MissCluck Songster

    That's beautiful! Very attractive coop and run!

  5. Scoop

    Scoop Songster

    Jan 16, 2009
    Central PA
    Oh, I just love your coop and run. Excellent! [​IMG] I see you have 2 chairs by your coop. We have 2 by our coop also and call them viewing chairs! Are your chairs staying?
  6. AHappychick

    AHappychick Wanna-be Farmer

    Dec 16, 2008
    very nice well worth the time it took. wish I was that close to being done [​IMG]
  7. redoak

    redoak Songster

    Feb 27, 2008
    Russia, NY
    [​IMG] Very nice coop and run

  8. wow congrats! I hope ours looks that good when it is done [​IMG]
  9. Suburban chick farmer 09

    Suburban chick farmer 09 Songster

    Feb 21, 2009
    St. Louis MO
    Vary nice, I love the run. Nice variety of chicks, I really wanted some SLW's but I couldn't find them at the feed stores around here.

  10. Young MacDonald

    Young MacDonald Songster

    Apr 19, 2009
    St. Louis, MO
    That's beautiful. I like how you used hardware cloth for the lower half and poultry wire at the toop - very clever!

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