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Chicken Coop

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Don't miss these absolutely genius hacks for raising urban chickens!

Learn how to keep your chicken coop cool, save money on feed, and make sure your chickens lay more eggs with this great list of hacks and tips for your backyard chicken coops!

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Don't miss these absolutely genius hacks for raising urban chickens!

Learn how to keep your chicken coop cool, save money on feed, and make sure your chickens lay more eggs with this great list of hacks and tips for your backyard chicken coops!

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The Most Beautiful Chicken Coops We've Ever Seen

As backyard poultry farms gain in popularity, find the coop that works for you, whether you live in the country or in tighter, urban spaces.

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Easy Decor Using Log Slices, Winter Indoors After the Holidays

Easy Decor Using Log Slices- I first saw wood slices years ago, used primarily for wood burning. Two years ago I saw really beautiful, natural centerpieces, mostly from Germany, for Advent on Pinterest. Here's a few examples, no links sadly- Lots of layering, love it Simple and sweet What fun! Lots of colors and texture Recently I saw this- from Hugs and Hearts Instagram It got me thinking I could use wood slices for all kinds of decor! Here's some things I put together, with a wood slice from Michael's for $10.00- Topiary and Swedish ivy Little oil lamp Red pips and birds I added this to my little winter bench, using a thicker slice for $5.00, adding more texture- If you need something different go buy a slice and play with it!!! I can see all kinds of possibilities using what I already have! Winter Indoors After the Holidays- I'm hoping for real snow tonite!!! Storm on the way, sick of the brown frozen city. Snow please. I always start in early December putting out fun winter decor. My daughter gave me a nice compliment recently. She said "you always do a great job bringing nature inside". I loved it! I start with winter, my Yule shelf and the Advent ring. Closer to mid December I add Santa's and the Christmas tree. Around New Years we take down the tree and the rest of Christmas stuff. I like to leave up winter items until closer to the end of January. Here's our transitional goodies we have out now- Snowmen with sparkly cotton balls and min swag Snowman and birch wreath Winter pick with chickens Kitchen window Winter birds in entryway More snowmen Light on the two topiaries with sparkly birds Pine cone pots in living room Side table living room Entryway Back hallway Apples over kitchen window More apples over dining room sliding door Dining room "window" Coffee table, put away red runner for my DIY burlap runner Dome by my computer Snowman mug

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DIY Chicken Coop Plans, PDF File, Instant Download. **Imperial Units (Feet/Inches)

Our Farmhouse walk-in chicken coop plans are great for any backyard DIYer. At 130 square feet (10' x 10' 4") the Farmhouse comfortably houses any flock size from 2 - 20 birds. We carefully designed it to keep out pests and predators, such as rats, raccoons & coyotes etc. By building your coop on a cement slab or paver floor it creates a deep litter ready floor and allows for easy clean up and deep cleaning when necessary. A full sized human door is one of the many features added to make accessing the run so nice for us chicken keepers. Not only are you able to enter and exit without stooping but you can remain standing to perform the typical duties to keep your chickens pen and house clean. Metal roofing provides cover from extreme outdoor elements and a dry, mud free enclosure year round. In addition, the solid wood construction of the hen house is strategically placed at waist level creating again that deep litter flooring. If you have ever experienced deep litter floor designs you can attest to its simplicity and ease. Basically it becomes a giant litter box of sorts allowing you to sift out the mess. Dreamy! Secret storage underneath the hen house is perfect for hiding away your cleaning items, simply install storage spring clips to hold any long handled tools. In addition, the ample floor space in the run allows you to keep all your chicken supplies and extra food right were you need them. No more running around collecting all the things scattered about in the garage, the house or the shed. Big time saver! The well thought out hen house is designed to keep your chickens cozy and warm all winter long. Ramp access for your birds is located in the floor of the hen house keeping the drafts at a minimum. Our roosts are installed in such a way to allow your birds to nest down on top of their feet to maintain optimal heat and comfort. With the vertical space in the hen house roosts can be custom designed to suit your flock size. During the summer months the two large doors on the the hen house can be opened to allow for added ventilation and fresh air. Nesting boxes are accessible from the outside for easy egg collection which is always a fan favorite. The open run provides 100 square feet of floor space and plenty of room to create a play ground. Play grounds are fun to design and are made by adding chicken swings, inventive roosts or simply secure a found branch or large piece of driftwood to make good vertical use of your run. All coops are designed by me, built and tested out before I sell them. The cost to build the Farmhouse coop averages around $800-$1500 depending on your location and your choice of roofing and siding selections. We built this one out of mostly repurposed items three years ago which did bring our overall cost down. It is by far my most favorite thing to look out my window and see, its beauty invites me to go out and enjoy my chickens and its ease of use is like none other! With it's farmhouse charm you will want to decorate it for every season as I do. I can't wait to see what you do with yours!! Don't hesitate to message me if you should have any questions. *PDF file is printer friendly on standard size paper and will be sent automatically by Etsy after purchase. *CAD drawings and materials list only!! *Intermediate to advanced skill level recommended as there are no written plans available at this time. *Message me with any questions! *Metric Plans available upon request!

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This is an example of a hen roost. Here a simple drop cloth is used rather than a removable ‘poop’ board. The dimensions are 18 inches apart and 18 inches high above each rung. This spacing allows for birds on the lower roosts to avoid being pooed on overnight. This one, with no overhang on the ends, also allows for proper angle of each individual roosting bar. 2 screws into each end and voila!

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