Are your chickens prepared for inclement weather? Did you know Tuff Shed makes a chicken coop? Well they do, and it’s not only beautiful, it’s affordable. Click HERE and visit their website, just enter your zip code and get a price quote. I spoke to a salesman and he assured me that custom building options are also available.
Prices may vary depending on where you’re located, but in Phoenix the cost of this Tuff Shed chicken coop completely set-up and painted is $800.
No matter where you live or the set-up you choose to build, when it’s all said and done, the first egg usually ends up costing about that much anyway. My best advice is to build the coop right the first time, in the long run quality always pays off.
Standard features include nesting boxes with individual access doors, a main compartment with double doors, treated floor with textured resin overlay for easier clean up, interior roost, and vents in both gable ends.
amy elizabeth, TBN Ranch