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Don't make these mistakes. Here's what your chicken coop should contain (and what it shouldn't).

You can build a homemade chicken coop or buy one, but your chicken coop must have certain things to be adequate housing for your flock.

Chicken coop made from pallets by Banphrionsa

Alternative Gardning: Chicken coop made from pallets. Make sure the Pallets are Heat Treated, they will have an HT on them. Do not use Chemical Treated or Pallets that do not have a marking.

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Baby chicks know where to go if things get scary. That's right - straight under mama's protective wings! Mother hens are every bit as fierce in guarding their babies as any mother grizzly.

Red Chicken Coop | 15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Ideas and Designs | Cheap and Easy DIY Projects For Your Homestead by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/15-awesome-chicken-coop-ideas-designs/

37 Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas [2nd Edition]

try with rickshaw wheels and rest and simple roof. 15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Ideas and Designs

1 chicken + 3 square feet + 2 pounds of feed per week + 2 cups of water daily = 1 egg per day. #urbanfarmmath

1 chicken + 3 square feet + 2 pounds of feed per week + 2 cups of water daily = 1 egg per day. We'd only need 107 chickens to make our egg quota for the week! I'm sure the city wouldn't mind 107 chickens in our backyard.

Thorough and organized, this guide will help you design the ultimate chicken coop: convenient for you, and spacious and comfortable for the birds. Covered in detail are 15 items, such as space, nest boxes, roosts, windows, runs, and more. Plenty of photos for ideas. Also a word on chicken runs and yards. Whether you keep a few birds or a larger flock, the important principles are the same.

Guide to Designing the Perfect Chicken Coop -

Thorough and organized, this guide will help you design the ultimate chicken coop: convenient for you, and spacious and comfortable for the birds.

Chicken Coop Security - Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My! More

Use blocks like these, or similar, on the outside of the run to stop dog digging in and plant fragranced and fly repelling plants in the holes!Chicken Coop Security - Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My!

Using Sand in the Chicken Coop | The 104 Homestead

Sand is becoming a very common coop bedding and it's easy to see why. Sand has so many benefits and when used properly, I think it's a bedding that you wont regret using.

The mother of all chicken runs! Awesome!  via The Chicken Chick on Facebook

Would be perfect if the coop had multiple exits for a flexible tunnel to lead to a tractor cage. Giving you lots of areas for your chickens to graze.

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