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Join the growing brigade of suburban farmers with one of these palatial chicken coops and grow your own eggs!
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This is a shed designed to last - and it has head height for those times when you need to go in and clean etc. The built in water feeder and food feeder are wonderful - and can be accessed without going in to the coop. Love it!
Palatial and sturdy, this design give your chooks a fair degree of protection from the elements and predators and will look good in your garden
If you don't have a lot of room for your chooks to roam around your garden freely, then this coop gives them good access to the ground, and a safe, snug place to roost at night.
Portable coops are good for a small yard, especially if you are only going to keep one or two chickens. I like the snugness of the roosting area, but this would be best for a small breed chicken as there isn't a lot of headroom.
These steel tractor style coops are great for a backyard garden - they are tough enough to keep predators at bay, and light enough to move around to give your chooks new patches to investigate.
This is a great coop! Protection, food, feeding box - it ticks every box and is probably the sturdiest of the wood coops I have found. This would be a great buy if you lived close by.
This shed and run set up provides fantastic protection for your chooks - even on the nights you don't make it out to lock the inner door - and they are up off the ground for roosting and nesting, so it really fits all their requirements well.
I like this coop as it gives the chickens a larger area for the run than many of this style - and the more chickens can roam around and scratch, the happier and healthier they are.
A smaller coop, but with the essentials of a nesting box, some access to the ground and a snug place to roost, it would be a good started coop.
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