Have you always wanted a few chickens of your own ?
Do you want to be more self-sufficient but have given up hope of ever having your own backyard chickens due to limited space ?
Don't want to worry about salmonella ?
Then building this coop and raising your own backyard chickens is the answer to your dreams!
4' x6' CHICKEN COOP PLANS
(large enough for 6 chickens, or even a few more if they have a large run or yard by day)
Materials cost approximately $250.
PDF Plans include:
Detailed Step-by-Step Instructions including full-color progress photographs
Complete Illustrated Cutting Diagrams
Materials List/Cost Estimate
Full color photographs of the finished coop from various angles
Plans will be emailed via PDF files within 24 hours of receiving payment.
EASY WEEKEND PROJECT !!!!!
The solid, raised construction, numerous wire-mesh vents and compact size make this coop a comfortable, safe home for your chickens - winter and summer/rain or shine.
Cleanup is easily accomplished from outside - no crawling inside the coop - using the hinged roof access. Three exterior nesting boxes also with a hinged roof make gathering eggs easy.
Using just basic tools - circular saw, jigsaw, hammer, electric drill/screwdriver, etc. you can easily build this coop over the course of a weekend.
Painted a pretty barn red with a cedar shingle hinged roof and black barn hinges, the coop is attractive as well as functional. The vinyl linoleum floor inside is ready to be covered with shavings/straw and along with the hinged coop roof makes cleaning a breeze. With metal mesh air vents and three nesting boxes also with a hinged roof, the coop will make a comfortable and safe home for your chickens winter and summer.
The coop measures 4' x 6' not including the nesting boxes - large enough for 6 chickens to fit comfortably, or several more if all they do is sleep in it - and has three attached nesting boxes (each approximately 12" square) with a hinged lid to collect the eggs without having to go inside, two roosts, side air vents with latching doors, a latching front round vent and a latched door with a ramp for your chickens to get in and out. The coop also has a hinged roof for easy access for cleaning, refilling food and water.
Original plans, designed by me in the spring of 2009.
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