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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by Up-the-Creek, Mar 12, 2009.
that looks like quality construction to me!
Congrats , Your DH did a very good job , looks great !
Good Job Looks Great
Up-the-Creek...I tried to click on the picture to get a full size photo for closer inspection but I couldn't get one big enough for me to see easily.
I think you should load it full-size to your BYC page. I love it and want to use some of you ideas for mine.
We built on similar but it is too heavy to move and the weight bent the rods and the axles!
Job well done
Ok I was having trouble,..dial-up,..what you going to do???
Okay here it is full size,....the wheels was put on with all thread and some nuts and washers. The wheels we bought has bearings in them. It works out great! That way you don't have to have a full axle. Weight is an issue with these and like I said before, when you build it try to lighten up with just smaller/lighter lumber . The next one will be much lighter.
By the way,....Thanks to all for your compliments!!!
I love it! However, it is big as my little city coop. Your chicken will sure be happy.
My DH and I built our first coop to be moveable. We use our big tractor to move it. In one of the pictures on my BYC Page the chain you see on one of the coops is what we pull it with. The coop is on skids. The run has wheels.
Great job, dont look like you are up the creek now.I like the design. jr