Genius Chicken Coop Ideas You'll Wish You'd Thought Of
Some simple chicken coop planning makes building a home for your feathered friends much easier. Learn the basics, then watch ideas in action on how to make your coop greener, give it multiple functions, and decorate it!
Favorite Things Friday – #LMBPresets Edition
I haven’t done one of these in so long!! I check the #LMBpresets hashtag daily and I find it so inspiring and enjoyable to peruse. I feel so honored that so many have decided to purchase our photo presets and post them to Instagram using our hashtag. Actually, honored does’t even cut it! It makes me so happy. So, sometimes on Fridays I like to feature some that I love here to hopefully inspire you as well. Here are some that caught my attention this week. You can check out our presets…
Andrea Kleiver on Instagram: “I had extra ferns from my son’s open house, so I couldn’t think of a better place to put them than at the chicken coop. 🌿 There’s not many…”
510 Likes, 28 Comments - Andrea Kleiver (@andreak_covelladesigns) on Instagram: “I had extra ferns from my son’s open house, so I couldn’t think of a better place to put them than…”
The Lovely Cottage Chicken Coop
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48 DIY Chicken Coops You Need in Your Backyard
It's easier than you think to build your own chicken coop! Check out these creative DIY chicken coop design ideas, plus easy to follow tutorials and plans.
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34 Free Chicken Coop Plans & Ideas That You Can Build on Your Own
Learn how to build your own chicken coop by choosing from 61 detailed free chicken coop plans and ideas. PDFs are also included in some!
My husband and I were very excited when we finally made the decision to keep backyard chickens this spring. We live down the road from a poultry farm and...
The door to the run is a pre-made screen door that I bought for $20 and cut about 10" off the top to fit the run. I also added 2"x3" wire to the door. The run is fully covered with chicken wire, including a 1' wide apron under the stones. The lower half of the run also has 2"x3" fencing. The roof of the run us white corrugated plastic roofing panels.
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