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Chicken Coop - This is IT! Exactly what I want.Coop De La Villes Chicken Coop - BackYard Chickens Community Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Coop De La Villes Chicken Coop

The Creation of Coop de la Ville On March 17th, 2010, our family became the proud owners of 8 baby pullet chicks. 2 White Rocks, 2 Barred Rocks, 2 Buff Orpingtons and 2 Speckled Sussex all affectionately known as Beatrice The Barn Boss" and...

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Get a closer look at The Garden Coop, The Garden Ark, and The Basic Coop backyard chicken coop designs. Free pictures and videos.

patina farm update: the chicken coop… sprinkle the gravel with diotomaceous earth every couple of days to keep things dry. The chicken droppings turn into dust. do hose everything down once a month as well.

patina farm update: the chicken coop...

Welcome back to Patina Farm! We are still pretty dusty around here, but the gardens are moving along. I thought you might enjoy seeing how the chicken coop is progressing... My ladies are happy to be dust free today... The Hanley Gold gravel now covers the floor of the coop....

Chicken Coop - Great way to hold the garden shed door. I need this for the chicken coop door! Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

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Our Chicken Palace After losing far too many chickens to coyotes (and quite possibly hawks), I opted to add an attached run to our existing coop thus forcing our chickens to live in a 6 x 10 coop with a 10 x 10 run attached. While I didn't lose...

Raising chickens has gained a lot of popularity over the past few years. If you take proper care of your chickens, you will have fresh eggs regularly. You need a chicken coop to raise chickens properly. Use these chicken coop essentials so that you can.

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How I made my chicken run predator-proof Idea for a chicken-proof garden.veggies on the inside, free-range chickens on the outside!Idea for a chicken-proof garden.veggies on the inside, free-range chickens on the outside!

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In an earlier post I mentioned the damage done by hurricane Irene to our enclosed chicken run. Our run hadn't been predator-proof for almost a year. Things have been very busy at My Pet Chicken and it took a scheduled one-week family vacation this summer to finally pull me from behind the keyboard and put on my…