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  • Clear My Head Ltd

    Love it. Chickens and rooftop garden! Kippen House Urban Chicken Coop Planter. Our price: $1,250.00 This cleverly designed chicken coop has a built in planter box on the roof to maximize your urban gardening opportunity! In just a 20 square foot space you can grow vegetables and raise a few chickens to provide your own fresh eggs. (looks simple enough to DIY)

  • Lindsey LaRock

    Kippen Haus - Green roof chicken house

  • Catherine Skoor

    Kippen House modern, green roof, garden roof chicken coops. This is my favorite chicken coop made anywhere.

  • Patricia & Catie Knight

    Very COOL! chicken coop rooftop garden bed! Hahah (: makes me smile. I want this!

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