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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by chickygirl2, Aug 11, 2008.
Sure looks like it would make a good coop to me with a few modifications (hardware cloth) on windows and such.
It looks to be well made and it's CUTE as it is!
Hope you get it if you bid on it!
looks nice wonder how hard to transport
It looks to be quite accessible to the street. I have no idea how you could load it on a flatbed though.....
If you got it, I sure would contact someone who transports those metal buildings and such. I'm sure they'd do it for a fee.
The guy that built my coop put it up on a flat bed w/short sides with pvc pipes about 4 inches under it....literally rolled it up on there and then rolled it off when it got here with the same system. I'd never seen anyone do it with those pipes before so I thought it was such a smart idea. He said he attached a chain to each 4X4 that ran underneath the coop and pulled it up onto the flatbed with the "rollers" and then cut some the size to fit just inside the flat bed rails so it could be rolled out. They rolled it half way and then when it started to tilt..they stuck the rollers in a row on the ground and pushed it off onto those so it could be moved into it's final spot. Then they removed the rollers and used block piers to level it. Hope that helps and makes sense!
wish i was closer id snatch it up quick. thats nice
That's an excellent little building! Scratch making it into a coop, I'd live in it!!!
isnt it funny once we get chickens so many things look like a coop or toy for us
The federation project is simple, too. As part of the greater United Jewish Communities' mission to encourage "Living Generously," cylindrical metal Zedekiah boxes were distributed to various federations, with no specific instructions for their use.
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Great looking playhouse and would be an excellent coop.
deena...sorry but am I missing something in your post?