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ReTIRED said:
APPARENTLY....This Coop is situated INSIDE another structure ( Barn ? ).
Will it remain there ( looks like it will ) ?

LOOKS FINE ! :D :)
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Yes, we build it inside of one of our outbuildings and will create a door for them to go out into a yard area. It is a permanent structure
 

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SpoilMyPooch said:
Interesting idea...how is the air flow within the larger structure? It circulates enough?
Good question. There are some windows, but currently, they are sealed shut. I plan to create two new windows with screens above the opening for the chickens. Airflow is an issue I am trying to work out currently
 

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Looks great I wish I had a out building that I could incorporate my coop into. I have to figure out a place to store feed, scratch, bedding ahh to have a garage is a dream of mine. Just curious of why you decided to elevate it off the floor?
 

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Good question. There are some windows, but currently, they are sealed shut. I plan to create two new windows with screens above the opening for the chickens. Airflow is an issue I am trying to work out currently
We used a roof vent with ours and it has worked out rather well.

Just a thought.
 

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dandmtritt said:
Looks great I wish I had a out building that I could incorporate my coop into. I have to figure out a place to store feed, scratch, bedding ahh to have a garage is a dream of mine. Just curious of why you decided to elevate it off the floor?
My parents own the house and property. I rent it from them. My dad had only one requirement: elevate the coop. Not totally sure why, but it works for him, so it works for me! ;-)
 
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