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My new coop

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by br0nc0, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. br0nc0

    br0nc0 Out Of The Brooder

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    Hey everybody!

    I just wanted to show you all some pictures of my new coop (I posted designs a couple of months ago). The coop is 5' x 10' and the run outside is almost 800 sqr ft with 5' fence. The roost is being installed today and then that's it :D

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  2. TobysMom

    TobysMom New Egg

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    Dang!! I could almost live there! Very nice job. :)
     
  3. lutherpug

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    Nice job!
     
  4. gunner86

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    I like your coop. I am working on a chicken tractor and I hope it turns out half as good as that.
     
  5. City farm

    City farm Overrun With Chickens

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    Very nice.. the ladies will love it..
     
  6. br0nc0

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    Thanks guys, it's been working out great so far, now I'm just waiting for the first egg to be laid in the new coop :D
     
  7. EquiSally

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    This is nice! ! I live in Texas, gets pretty warm, so I'm really liking your big windows.
     
  8. br0nc0

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    Yeah, I wanted to make it as open as possible in the top half (bottom half gives plenty of shelter). I am also going to install some plexiglass windows that I can close over the wire mesh in case of strong winds/rain/snow etc.
     

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