A Gazillion Chicken Coop Pics To Inspire you in the Creation of your Own.

 Create or buy a chicken coop, it’s up to you…

This is one of my smaller chicken coops here at the ranch, I bought it on-line at Murray McMurray Hatchery.

It’s actually two coops and I took out center panel and joined them together. My hens aren’t confined to this coop, they are in a fenced area about 20ft. x 30ft but it’s available to them all day and night. They go in the upper portion to lay their eggs everyday and then return at dusk until dawn.  The upper portion is just a box with a hinged roof for easy egg removal; I don’t put nest boxes in there, only grass hay.  This coop houses 12 birds right now, but the other side is unused, they all sleep together in one box. This coop could easily house 24 birds if they have a yard attached, if you don’t, probably only 6 if you want to keep peace.  In winter I tarp the sides, but if you’re in cold country plywood attached to the sides and top would be a simple task. 

BackYardChickens is a great informative site for the novice as well as the experienced poultry keeper, I highly recommend this website! I found all these wonderful coop ideas there.

Remember, one of the best things about building a poultry farm whether large of small is to accomplish it by spending as little money as possible. Something I learned much too late I might add.  Be creative, that so called junk in the garage or shed may prove quite useful once again.

Check out these pics and see what a little creativity can build.

Small Chicken Coops
http://www.backyardchickens.com/chicken-coop-small.html
Medium Chicken Coops
http://www.backyardchickens.com/chicken-coop-medium.html
Chicken Tractor Coops
http://www.backyardchickens.com/chicken-coop-tractor.html
Large Chicken Coops
http://www.backyardchickens.com/chicken-coop-large.html

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About tbnranch

amy elizabeth, writer, author, antique dealer. Lives in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert on a small hobby farm.
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