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automatic chicken coop door opener using a drapery type motor

www.BackyardFarmT... is the new name of all the excellent backyard farming tips and tricks that you will see in video's like this one. This is our version of an automatic heated chicken watering system designed for year-round use. We used a simple design consisting of a cooler, bird bath heater, submersible pump, and PVC tubing, along wi...

Use a toilet valve to create an automatic refill waterer for chickens, hooked up to the garden hose.

Tinkering Lab: Chicken Coop - Part 1, goes through the whole process of building a coop

oh - how I would love this - I think our chickens would too!

  • Elaine Summerhill

    I so want some chickens.

  • R. Lynn Shell

    We love ours - have 6 more youngsters we just got - not big enough for the coop yet. 3 Ameracuanas and 3 Silver Wyandottes. We've had chickens for a year now - I find them fascinating.

  • Elaine Summerhill

    My problem is convincing the hubby. :-( I only want 3 or 4 chickens. I was thinking about the Wyandottes. Something with nice tempers that aren't gonna peck me when I gather the eggs. A lot of people have told me how fascinating they are!

Littlefeat's The Feather Factory Chicken Coop - BackYard Chickens Community

Chicken Predators and Coop Solutions. Never use so-called "chicken wire" for chicken coops. "Everything Loves to Eat Chicken"

"Reinventing the Chicken Coop"

When drawing hens and roosters; you need to know the name of all body parts - knowledge is never a burden.

sprouts for the chickens