Edible garland for your chickens

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Daisy Coop w/ Run Building Plans (12 chickens)

Daisy Chicken Coop Plan - Daisy Chicken Coop Plan This by coop holds up to 12 hens. The Daisy chicken coop is the ideal coop

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Welcome to Kriquet's "Kyckling Trädgård"Our summer has been spent constructing a beautiful.

Velvet & Linen blog is writing about her new chickens! Is her coop cute? http://brookegiannetti.typepad.com/velvet_and_linen/2011/05/our-chickens.html

No chickens for me - how about ducks or rabbits! Brooke's (of Velvet & LInen) coop

Chicken Coop, Free Building Plans

home garden plans: News: - Perfect Options - Backyard Chicken Coop Plans - Free Chicken Coop Plans - How to build a chicken coop

chicken coop solar light | This coop from Under a Blue Moon was inspired by this coop from ...

Chicken Coop Inspiration

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- Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop It can comfortably hold 18 chickens .

chicken coop/roof garden/run-off rain barrel I've seen a few "pretty" chicken coops but this is functional, so.....

Rodricks - chicken coop/roof garden/run-off rain barrel I’ve seen a few “pretty” chicken co

Welcome to Kriquet's "Kyckling Trädgård"Our summer has been spent constructing a beautiful...

Welcome to Kriquet's "Kyckling Trädgård" Our summer has been spent constructing a beautiful playhouse for the newest members of our family!

Coop in use with poop board - under my roosts.  Love the ease of cleaning - open the door and scrape it right into a bucket!  It is installed on 2x2's and can be slid forward into the coop.  It also removes for easy cleaning.  It is covered in vinyl flooring so I usually just scrape it with a drywall taping knife - 9" wide does the trick in no time.  Takes a minute to get all the poo!

keep roosting area to one side of coop & make a door that opens from the outside for easy cleaning. Use sand under roost mixed with diatomaceous earth to keep external parasites down. Also feed diatomaceous earth to chickens to keep internal parasites un

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