The backyard chickens movement towards self-reliance and sustainability is sweeping the nation. If you have been considering joining in and raising a small flock of your own, you will need to know the basics of chicken keeping and what they need to be happy and healthy.

Chicken Coop Basics

The backyard chickens movement towards self-reliance and sustainability is sweeping the nation. If you have been considering joining in and raising a small flock of your own, you will need to know the basics of chicken keeping and what they need to be happy and healthy.

Build a Chicken Coop If raising chickens is an aspiration of yours, house your flock in this cute chicken coop. Download the plans and learn more from the links below.

Free Patterns and Project Plans

Build a Chicken Coop If raising chickens is an aspiration of yours, house your flock in this cute chicken coop. Download the plans and learn more from the links below.

Backyard Chicken Product: Coop Building Plans - Herb Garden Coop Plans (4 chickens) - from My Pet Chicken

Herb Garden Coop Plans (up to 4 chickens)

Backyard Chicken Product: Coop Building Plans - Herb Garden Coop Plans (4 chickens) - from My Pet Chicken

15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas

37 Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas [2nd Edition]

Anthropologie-Inspired

Anthropologie-Inspired

In my idea home, where I would obviously have a wonderful fruit and veg garden, I would obviously have chickens too....and they would live in this awesomely cool chicken coop....and be very happy chickens because of their oh-so-stylish home!

Surrounded by raised garden beds, this deluxe chicken coop has what it takes to keep chickens safe, healthy and laying fresh eggs: a minimum 4-by-8 foot screened-in run and a 4-by-4 foot critter-proof coop for up to three hens. | Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com

10 Ways to Build a Better Chicken Coop

Surrounded by raised garden beds, this deluxe chicken coop has what it takes to keep chickens safe, healthy and laying fresh eggs: a minimum 4-by-8 foot screened-in run and a 4-by-4 foot critter-proof coop for up to three hens. | Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com

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