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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by gaited horse, Dec 5, 2008.
so what do you think
cut out a few windows
I'd be worried it would cook them in the summer time or high temps??? Maybe I'm wrong here?! I dunno....sorry!!1
or a fall out shelter!!! LOL
you would have to have enough air flow thru and out the top. I dont know. Maybe you could ask someone who uses one for a shed what they think. Its a good idea if its not too hot. In your area would you need an enclosed shed? If not you could leave it open front. My dad has an aluminum building of the same shape that actually stays pretty cool in the summer when theres a breeze and he has one of these tanks out in the open he stores farm chemicals in, I dont think he could do that if it got real hot.
With a few modifications...it'll work!
I think it might get to hot during the summer and to cold in the winter. Could there be a hazard from remenants of oil or chemicals? I look at everything too as a possible coop. My DH just shakes his head at me.
Isn't that going a bit overload in "predator proofing?"
nope coyotes are every were at the place we are moving to
park one in the shade and it should not get too hot.. cut vents in each end to let the hot air rise up and out..
If the tank is large enough, bury it on it's side partially into the ground and fill the bottom with sand to make a flat floor in it..
nothing is ever going to burrow into that coop..LOL
How much are they charging $$$$
You could make a garage out of one if they have one large enough,
If you're not concerned with aesthetics, it looks like it would make a great bomb shelter. It's probably nicer buried underground. I'd keep looking for a hen house, but that's just me.