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  • Merrill Riley

    Interesting idea.

  • S. Solomon

    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.

  • Cassia Greenfield

    This is an awesome idea for a cheap chicken coop or rabbit hutch. Approximately $20 - $25 in materials.

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