Standard Coops

  1. chcken farmer

    this is made out of oldbarnlumber
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  2. Cackle Shack

    My Cackle shack can house about7 Standard Chickens.The inside of the coop is about 3x5 ft. The run is 5x6 ft only, but the chickens free range all...
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  3. 6hens

    Our 6 Girles was a great adtion to our family as you can see even our dog BO loves them Barred Rock (Barbie), Light Brahma (Mom Ma), Jersey Gold...
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  4. Over EZ Chicken Coops

    Raising chickens in your own backyard has never been simpler. Our affordable chicken coop kits assemble in less than 30 minutes with only a screw...
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  5. Garden Shed

    It has two pop holes one mid high and one low on the back. Lockable doors for the pop holes not pictures. Tall enough to stand up in and easy to...
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  6. Eden Conservatory Coop

    The Eden Conservatory original coop that matches the historic home in Ybor City.
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  7. Jay Glidewell

    Way too much time and money
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  8. John's Coop

    Hi everyone,This is my first post and am happy to be on the site. Incredible resource! I figured for my first post I\'d share some pics and the...
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  9. Airy Coop

    This is the second coop I built myself. I designed the top for maximum airflow. Since we live in Southern California, my main concern is keeping...
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  10. Coop Cottage

    We just need to add the hardware cloth apron and maybe a layer of it on the outside of the run to protect from neighborhood dogs. Also adding...
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  11. VCCoop

    4 X 6 Chicken Coop with a 4 X 12 Pen
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  12. Minnesota Coop

    Central Minnesota Coop. Insulated.
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  13. AMERICHICKEN COOP

    -American Chicken Farmer Built this coop in Chipiona, Spain. -Cost: 400 Euros or 500 USD for framework and hardware -64 euro /75 USD for all added...
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  14. Lance's Chick House

    This was our 3rd coop we built and hopefully the final one! We\'re in the snow belt so our chickens neeeded a place to go and \"play\" in the...
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  15. Tennessee Pallet Wood Coop

    This is my coop that I built a solid frame and used re-purposed pallet wood as the siding, and salvaged windows to brighten the coop.
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