I have an 12x16 coop w/ 20x20 run, 2 big built in brooders and a sectioned off juvie coop/run...the rest is for the layers
a 6x8 bantam coop w/ 8x8 ft run
another 4x8 bantam coop w/ 8x15ft
a second 4x8 coop w/ 10x20ft run
2 small duck houses/runs
And I am getting ready to build a coop and run for my various bantam Cochins, one for our Turkeys and we are working on a tractor for my Seramas.
Only one here. I have a playhouse that I'm thinking of converting, but the only thing I could use it for is a transition home for the babies. Where we live it gets cold in the winter, and we need insulation!
4 covered breeding pens 5 X 10
4 covered breeding pens 5 x 18
5 covered grow out pens 5 x 10
1 covered transition pen 4 X 8
1 temporary pen 10 x 10
1 hen house 5 x 8
1 roosting house 16 x 8
1 partially covered common area 50 x 60
I have a 6X8 coop
a small coop (haven't measured it, but it's roughly 3X5) for growing out babies, or broodies, or breeding
Currently building an 8X12 coop with a brooding area for growing out more babies.
And it's still not enough. I have all these ideas and not enough coops to do them in.
The other 2 coops are 12 X 16 and 6X12 - The smaller of the coops is for my new chicks so although there is a door for them to go outside - they don't, at least not yet. The bigger coop holds all my layers and they are free range.