The Chick Inn

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June 21, 2012

INFORMATION

My husband built our coop with mostly found material and no plans.*He was able to look at a friends and come up with our model. *We have 5 1yr old girls and 4 new ones.* No roosters allowed.* We've had so much fun watching our girls and eating their eggs.* My husband made the ladder and roost out of trunks of cyprus trees we cut down and notched the ladder so we can move it to clean out the coop.* The ends of the coop give us access to clean, also.** We have only been raising chicks for a year.* All information is greatly appreciated so thanks for your site.*
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6 COMMENTS
Posted: 
June 22, 2012  •  02:31 PM
This is so awesome. I am looking at something to bring mine closer to the garden/house area. I also have ducks and geese.
 
Posted: 
June 22, 2012  •  07:59 PM
@cirrus107
Thanks! Would love to have more animals, but living in the middle of town prevents that. lol
 
Posted: 
July 9, 2012  •  10:33 PM
that is a nice coop. i really like the vent system in the top.
 
Posted: 
July 10, 2012  •  01:32 AM
@thewhisperingoaks
Thanks! I'm really proud of my husband and his building skills. And the girls sure seem to like it. LOL
 
Posted: 
March 6, 2013  •  09:29 PM
Very nice and secure coop - your husband did a great job!
 
Posted: 
March 9, 2013  •  02:35 PM
Very nice!
 
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