1. EggMan

    EggMan In the Brooder

    Apr 6, 2007
    Southwest Michigan
    Here are a couple of pic's of my new coop and the babies when they were a few days old. Going to move them this weekend weather permitting and will send pic of the now 6 week old chicks when they are in there new home. I've never sent pic's before so here goes.


    Note from moderator....you can't put your pic in the subject line, so I moved it into the body of the message. I also moved this to the Coops forum where it is better suited.
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 13, 2007
  2. CarriBrown

    CarriBrown Crowing

    Wow! Chicken Hilton! It looks really nice.
  3. Foghorn

    Foghorn Songster

    Jan 11, 2007
    Don't you love that feeling of being all ready and then letting them go in for the first time?
    It looks great, EggMan! I want to see pics when they are inside. Nice job!
  4. EggMan

    EggMan In the Brooder

    Apr 6, 2007
    Southwest Michigan
    Thanks everyone, I just got them moved and am letting them settle in before taking more pic's. The move went just fine thanks to a lot of handling since they were chicks. They all went to a corner and settled in for a nap. I built the coop in a corner of my pole barn so it should stay pretty cozy in these Michigan winters.

    Thanks to Terrilacy for getting the pic in the right place. Hopefully the next one's will be easier. Eggman [​IMG]
  5. teachumusic

    teachumusic In the Brooder

    Apr 14, 2007
    Wow. I am jealous. Our coop is nice, but yours looks like you have LOTS more room.
    Way to go!!
  6. max's chirpees

    max's chirpees Hatching

    Apr 6, 2007
    Columbus, MI
    Nice job,I'm thinking of building something similar,Did you build those nesting boxes or buy them if so where?
  7. Freebie

    Freebie Songster

    Feb 4, 2007
    Bloomingdale, MI
    Wow that is very nice. I am sure they will be very happy. Does it have any window, or an attached run? I built a coop in my barn as well, but it is not near that nice. I let mine free range in the afternoon. Then they go back to the barn to bed. and I lock them up tight.
  8. Can you email me a closeup of the feed troughs? Where did you get them?

    I'm having a rough time with my feed and water troughs for my hens. In the tractor, they scratch the leaves and grass and dirt into their water and feed. I have the water at 8" off the ground right now; any higher and I don't think they'll be able to reach it. I guess I shouldn't worry if they scratch stuff into their feed; they can scratch it back out.
  9. kstaven

    kstaven Crowing

    Jan 26, 2007
    BC, Washington Border
    Those feed troughs can be ordered through Home Hardware. I have 6 like it here. Rotating top plate to keep chickens from roosting on them.
  10. SkeeredChicken

    SkeeredChicken Songster

    Feb 27, 2007
    Orlando, Florida
    Those boards look nice and clean. Too bad they wont stay that way [​IMG]

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