Our new coop..pics of chicks too!

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by hero2three, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. hero2three

    hero2three Out Of The Brooder

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    Good morning! We have had chickens in the past, and thought we would create another little farm in the backyard. Below are some pics of our coop.

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    Almost finished. We are going to paint a "window" with chicks looking out on the nesting box.
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    And the CHICKS!!!!
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    Not sure why the pics wont hot link.
     
  2. hero2three

    hero2three Out Of The Brooder

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    lets try again.
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  3. [​IMG] it looks good!
     
  4. the3ofus+oursixchicks

    the3ofus+oursixchicks Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 22, 2011
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    how do they get out of the rain?
     
  5. OCpeep

    OCpeep Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Great job! Looks like they can go under the coop to get out of the rain.
     
  6. vclark321

    vclark321 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    That coop looks so great! The little beans look so cute and warm! Nice job! I really enjoy looking at all the different coops and I have to say I want them ALL!!! LOL!! I live in Western Washington and it rains here a lot! My girls have a large covered place to go when it rains, but do they? NO WAY! They love being in the yard, in the rain and they don't seem to be any worse for wear!

    @OCpeep I grew up in Mission Viejo and graduated from the high school there! Nice to see the chicken love in the OC! Can you imagine The Real Housewives of Orange County raising chickens?!?!
     
  7. hero2three

    hero2three Out Of The Brooder

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    "how do they get out of the rain"
    Why would they want to? If they did want to, they could simply get back into the coop or walk under it.
     

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