Reg's Coop Build Photo by Photo.

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by Reg, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. ButtersMama

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    Hey Reg, nice chicken coop. I bet your lovely girls that you're going to get will love their new home. Thanks for sharing.
     
  2. GeneJordan

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    I like!!!
     
  3. Emmalion

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    Quote:Yep if you pay my fare & put me up [​IMG]

    Should have it done in 4 weeks.

    Do you live near the beach ? [​IMG]

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    About an hour and a half from the beach but I doubt you wanna swim in the ocean now. Its pretty cold out
     
  4. MamaChic21

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    looking very good [​IMG]
     
  5. Great Job looks beautiful so far [​IMG]
     
  6. SilkieChickenLover336

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    love it!! i dont have my chickens yet and i already have the wood!!!!!! i wish to build it in may or june
     
  7. sab

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    Hey Hey Reg.... wait a minute --- that's MY greenhouse in those pictures..... How'd you get MY greenhouse over to the UK???? Got mine in a kit from Harbor Freight.... A BEAR to put together!
    Sally
    (PS Nice work on the coop too!)
     
  8. NonnasBabies

    NonnasBabies Muddy Acre Farms

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    Very nice!! [​IMG]
     
  9. audioguy

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    I'm also building my own and I sure hope mine comes out as good as that! [​IMG]

    I found plans on the Purina website that has it being 4' X 4'. Since we are getting only 4 chicks, this should be the perfect size, if not a little large. I plan to use pallets for the wood since its free. I might wind up buying the pressure treated uprights. The coop will sit inside an unused part of my garden that is already fenced. I will just add a roof off chicken wire and add hardware cloth around the bottom to keep out the small critters.
     
  10. Reg

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    Quote:I new it was from the other side it came with 3 racoons in the box [​IMG]
     

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