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Camp Pullet

I decided to try having chickens for a hobby. Turns out making the Coop for my chickens became a hobby in itself and one large project. It took about 35 hours to build give or take an hour. I'm very proud of it though. My first time doing a project this big and very first time working with concrete.

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hobbybuilder
hobbybuilder

Wanting to build one and like yours, Would love to have the plans.


chicken man
chicken man

Wanting to build one too. Also would love to have plans.


jlswanray
jlswanray

I also would like the plans to your cool coop.


Bill082764
Bill082764

Let me sit down and put together the plans and material used and I'll get it to ya'll. Sorry did most of it in my head and added and adjusted as I went. I can tell you I used various ideas from coops built by other chicken owners. If you go to www.backyardchickens.com and click on the coops link there are hundreds of coops and designs with a lot of the bloggers showing pictures, designs and materials used.


Bill082764
Bill082764

P.S. You can't see it in the picture, but I do have hardware cloth running along the bottom part of the coop, over the chainlink. I used cyclone/chainlink fencing mainly to protect from predators that can tear through chicken wire.


Rattler1
Rattler1

NICE JOB I am planing a rebuild of our coops now and am going to be doing a similar design.


Whistler
Whistler

Also would like to have plans. I have 12 Chickens and am increasing the flock slowly. Looks like I can use some materials I already have.



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