Is a simple door latch safe for a chicken coop?

ericlw55555

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Hey would love more photos of the coop but I would encourage another latch the type that has a hasp you flip over and turn to stop racoon from opening it
Hey would love more photos of the coop but I would encourage another latch the type that has a hasp you flip over and turn to stop racoon from opening it
Of course! It's nighttime right now so I don't think I can get a good pic, but here's the link from where I bought it:

https://www.target.com/p/trixie-pet-chicken-coop-with-a-view-brown/-/A-17286012

If you would like pictures of it in my yard please let me know!
 

penny1960

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Okay 3 is good there anymore they need 4 suare feet per bird but a great starting point later you can use to keep boys or raise littles or a sick coop lots of uses
 

ericlw55555

In the Brooder
Aug 2, 2020
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San Diego, CA
My Coop
Okay 3 is good there anymore they need 4 suare feet per bird but a great starting point later you can use to keep boys or raise littles or a sick coop lots of uses
Thanks for your advice! During the morning I open the door let them run around a fenced off area of my backyard, they're not in the coop all day. I'll get a pic of it tomorrow, do you mind giving me some advice on it?
 

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