I love, love, love to find new uses for trash or unwanted items. We live on a single income and must find every way to cut costs. Here are a few ideas that worked for me and cost me basically nothing. Dust Bath Tub with Cover Little Tykes easel - outgrown toy; Galvanized Tub was toy box years ago; Sand - free from local creek; poultry Dust - $6.00 (and I have most of it left), old vinyl scrap - free Hanging Bucket Feeder (don't we all have these?) Free - had it all just laying around Poop hammock - Pool float mattress. Bought for .50 last year on clearance. My daughter was playing with it in house and learned cat claws + plastic is a bad thing. I was heading to trash it when inspiration struck to use as a hammock. It is just tacked to walls with small nails I remove to clean. (Yes, it needs to be cleaned right now.) I scrape it off every couple of days then hose it off weekly. Cat Litter box from local Dollar Store - $1 each. I have these sitting everywhere outside. All my animals love to drink out of them. The chickens spend hours standing in them when it's real hot. Do they look great? Nope. Do they work great? YES and they are mostly FREE I hope to inspire others to look at trash in a new light. What can you make with it? Garage Sales and thrift stores are super places to find items to repurpose at low cost. Don't limit yourself to just your chicken coop - use your imagination!