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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.

Our chickens in their DIY chicken tunnel. We live in a residential area, so to keep the chickens protected from hawks, dogs and other predators (and to keep them out of our neighbor's yard) we hook up their portable play-pen to the run and let them range. Easily crafted from 2" welded wire fencing, cut to 54" length and sod staples to anchored to the ground, and dollar store zip ties to hold the sections together.

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For the Love of Backyard Chickens

Small chicken coop from a dresser! (and sweet blog post about the benefits for children when raising backyard chickens).

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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

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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Planning Your Chicken Coop

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

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.