Finally My modified Purina Coop is complete.. sort of

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by ravenzero, May 25, 2011.

  1. ravenzero

    ravenzero Out Of The Brooder

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    Hey all, Just wanted to post my new coop for my new chickens.

    I went with the Purina coop, but modified it in certain parts, moving the cleaning door and nest box on either side


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    Assessembled and completed floor

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    Made Nestbox

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    Assembled floor to frame

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    Added side panels and roof, When i assembed the roof, i was off by an 1/8th of an inch, so after some stomping and fileing, it finally fit

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    Added Nestbox, I did have to add some addional 2x4 peices to the sides to provide extra sturdiness

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    Painted coop, and added roofing material, which was all recycled (FREEE!!!!) and moved the coop to its final place (took me, 2 guys, a girl, and a pizza place)

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    Added Maintience door

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    added nest box top

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    Added vent to back XD

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    Another view of roof

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    Inside off coop, I have nest box blocked off for now, they arent laying yet anyway, Floor is lined with Vinyl Tile, so cleans up easy, and Pine shavings for now, but I may drop this in the future, Still have to make roosts, so I just gave two by fours for now.

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    Front of completed coop, I still have to make a ramp

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    My chickens, not looking at the camera >_<
     
  2. ravenzero

    ravenzero Out Of The Brooder

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    Reserving post,

    I still have to

    Make a decent roost
    Make a Ramp
    Make a Run
    Make an internal sliding door
     
  3. colebarnhart

    colebarnhart Chillin' With My Peeps

    Great Job!!!! I think it looks awesome!!!!
     
  4. ceeceerod

    ceeceerod Out Of The Brooder

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    how much did it cost?
     

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