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Chicken coop repurposed from an old dresser found on the curb. Remove drawers, moderate saw work, scrap porch screen, chicken wire, a few nails / staples, wood glue, etc. Approximately $20 - $25 in materials.

Thinking I might do this on top of the chicken coop!! What a great way to keep them cooler in the summer and warm in the winter!!!

Pallet Chicken Coop Found a cheap dresser at the thrift store and turned it into an 8 box nesting condo for my chickens. Plus I added 2 drawers on top for extra perching and nesting. I love it.

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Planning Your Chicken Coop

Planning Your Chicken Coop | Homesteading For Beginners at http://pioneersettler.com/planning-your-chicken-coop/:

cute chicken coop idea.. this idea makes me want to go right out and buy some chickens to have as pets! Love this!

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How to Build a Chicken Coop for Less Than $50

Building A Basic Chicken Coop From “Scratch” for less than $50

Chicken Brooder made out of an old dresser I had stored in the barn, complete with ventilation, Brooder light, Hinged top with handle, and plexiglass front for easy viewing of your chicks

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