What a great coop-I love the metal roof and the arched door.I would love to have this for a garden shed!

LOVE this coop - the vine on top would help keep them cool in the summer, as well as attract bugs for them to eat.

I'm going to grow a vine up my coop next year! Chicken Coop Plans - by Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily for Better Homes & Gardens -

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Nesting Box and the chicken coop and run they build is amazing!!!!

These nesting boxes remind me of those in the chicken shed on my grandparent's farm. (gaw) Nesting Box and the chicken coop and run they build is amazing!

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nice chicken coop- all wire enclosed to be predator proof. Wire roof to keep the hawks out. Wire underground all around to keep "diggers" from going under. Also, provide a solid roof on part of the shelter for sun, rain, winter snow protection

nice chicken coop- all wire enclosed to be predator proof. Wire roof to keep the hawks out. Wire underground all around to keep "diggers" from going under. Also, provide a solid roof on part of the shelter for sun, rain, & winter snow protection

Green house with a chicken coop attached to back

I could attach one specifically for growing fodder and other chicken food stuff as well as storage for supplies and food. Green house with a chicken coop attached to back

Love this Chicken coop

Chicken coop, because we have alot of predators that dig in from the bottom.

Christi utilized the same style-for-a-steal strategies in the backyard chicken coop. A farmhouse sconce outside plus a thrift-store armchair and antique oil painting inside take it from hardworking to good-looking.   - CountryLiving.com

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Christi utilized the same style-for-a-steal strategies in the backyard chicken coop. A farmhouse sconce outside plus a thrift-store armchair and antique oil painting inside take it from hardworking to good-looking.

I seriously don't think that you can find a prettier flock of chickens than a bunch of Swedish Flower Hens. And they're gaining in popularity in the states! My Swedish grandmother recalls having these on her farm - they are cold-hardy and friendly.

Only my son Nathan gets just how much I like it when we have chickens.


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