I feel so weird posting about mine because they don't have coop or yard mine are house chooks they live in Custom Cardboard Box I made their boxes in 3 months they just love it but they have our flat access to sun
My 7 bantam chickens have a coop with 2 sleeping compartments and a roofed small run in between (this run is always accessible)
+ Enclosed Run with netting on top they can go to after sunrise through an automatic pop door,
+ Access to the backyard without fencing, a few hours each day (if possible).
So when they are free ranging they can go everywhere in the neighbourhood in theory. But In general they stay in our garden or a piece of city-‘wild-land’ behind our garden or the garden of one neighbour who likes it when our chickens pay him a visit. The other close by neighbours have dogs and cats they don’t like.
My rooster, Mr. Brownie, lives in my room. I rescued him 2 years ago from a farm and since then he has been living with us in our home. He sleeps in my room, beside my bed and throughout the day plays around in the house.
He dust bathes in the patches of sunlight that come through the windows. Brownie owns a red blanket that he absolutely adores and we use it as pseudo soil for him to take the dust bath on.
Coop + Enclosed Run + 2 acres of woods and paddocks
My flock likes to follow my donkeys around. If the donkeys head out to pasture they'll go there too. But mostly they stay in the woods and the paddocks. Love seeing the jennies walk down the hillside with twelve chickens in tow!
Coop, net covered run and free range. The coop was build on a old 5th wheel trailer frame that's 25' long. The covered run is approximately 1,500 sq. ft. with from 8' to 5' of head room. And one 8'x2' stock tank for the 'Duck pond'.
Mine don't get as much free range time as I'd like due to having to watch for hawks,but I let them roam when I fill feeders and waterers or rake our the run and coop. They surprised me the other day, when a raven swooped over they all ran back into the coop! I was impressed.