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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by austintgraf, Jan 7, 2012.
I plan to start posting pictures as soon as I figure out how to
did you figure it out?
where the tree house once stood. We cut the stilts down to about half the height and put it on skids
Then we proceeded to move it with the trusty bota
once in place we started adding the run fence. These are premade sections we made so we could take down and reassemble whenever we want and wherever we want. More when I get home tonight
just did thanks stay tunned I will post more tonight!
looking good. i grew up using a kuboda tractor, LOVED it. Very reliable! cant wait to see more pics
This is another picture of the sections in which we used on the run.
this is a view of the whole front. The view we have from the window of our house.
getting ready to put up the backside. The other two side we just attached the chicken wire directly to the pre existing fence.
Back side finished... mostly...
Well thats all for tonight. more tommorrow
Wow, my chicken coop used to be an old club house that we built.
That is looking good!
You might think about covering your pen (or even part of your pen over by the trees) with some bird netting (and if you get snow you might get fishnet or heavy knotted, or just use 2 inch galvanized chicken wire) to keep hawks out as those trees are pretty close. Hawks and owls can hide in the tree and swoop down.
Please disregard this information if you don't usually have hawks/owls around or know all this already!
haha trust me I thought of that I planned for like three months before starting haha
Oh by the way. Disregard the mess It is four months after I first started and I've yet to finish lol and it has been a mess the whole time.
so we put on commercial aviary netting great stuff!!!
nest boxes / storage