1. Rebeccahorse

    Rebeccahorse Out Of The Brooder

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    This is my coop.
    How would you suggest insulating it for winter.
    I was thinking about buying the foam board.

    This is the front with the door. I am keeping that the way it is so I can lift the front tarp on good days.
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    This is the back.
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    This is the side.
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    Off topic. This is my kitty Shiner. Can you guess why I named her that?

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    Last edited: Nov 7, 2007
  2. aran

    aran Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 28, 2007
    rochester ny
    whereabouts are you? How cold does it get where you are? What stops predators getting in?
     
  3. silkiechicken

    silkiechicken Staff PhD Premium Member

    So how cold does it get where you are? Mine like to sleep outside all year round....
     
  4. Rebeccahorse

    Rebeccahorse Out Of The Brooder

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    It gets to about 0 at the lowest. Rarely below a few degrees. The main problem is wind and sometimes ice.
    I have never had predator problems. We live in a very open area, surrounded by fields, so I think all coons and such are afraid to cross the fields surrounding our house.
    Plus we have a bald eagle and a hawk petrolling the fields.
    They can't get in the coop though. [​IMG]
     
  5. seminolewind

    seminolewind Flock Mistress Premium Member

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    Maybe you should think about some plywood. But the structure itself is nice, and the roof is nice.
     
  6. Poison Ivy

    Poison Ivy Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 2, 2007
    Naples, Florida
    You could use plywood and attach with wood screws. That way it could be removable for summer time if you wanted to keep it airy and open.
     

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