1. tny_villegas

    tny_villegas In the Brooder

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    I want to build a pvc coop, i wanted to see some pics to get some ideas. Also how is the chicken wire attached?
     
  2. CajunTinMan

    CajunTinMan In the Brooder

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    I have seen them attached with zip ties
     
  3. DuckMan50

    DuckMan50 In the Brooder

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    zip ties will rot if left in the sun:(
     
  4. padave

    padave Hatching

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    if you use the black UV zip ties you will be good to go.
     
  5. jnkir7

    jnkir7 Songster

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    Quote:HOW ABOUT IF YOU PAINT THEM, WILL THAT WORK, I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON ONE WITH WHITE, CAN I JUST PAINT THEM ,I NEVER THOUGHT OF THEM ROTTING.
     
  6. weredragonlady

    weredragonlady Hatching

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    hi, painting didnt work for us, but we are in southern New Mexico where it is dry and hot.

    but i've found that the metal times for chain link works very well.

    good luck
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  7. mjohnston

    mjohnston In the Brooder

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    If you write "pvc coops" at the search window (up right) you´ll find information. I did it and was great.
     
  8. AlienChick

    AlienChick Songster

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    I made a PVC playpen for my chicks when they were still very young.
    I used zip ties to fasten the chicken wire onto it.
    I attached Deer Netting across the top to keep them from flying out.
    I still use it today for my little Seramas that can't mingle with the big chickens (because the Serama rooster picks fights with all my other roosters).

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  9. jnkir7

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    Quote:how long GO DID YOU MAKE IT. WONDERING IF I SHOULD CUT THE WHITE TIES AND REPLACE WITH BLACK.
     

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