I finally got my chicken run done. In this video I show you how I built it and what chicken run bedding I will be using. Link to where I got the corner brackets for the chicken run 2x4s: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Simpson-Strong-Tie-3-1-4-in-18-Gauge-Gusset-Angle-GA2/100375243 Here's the link to treating the 4"x4" posts. I only treated the bottoms of the posts with the roofing tar for the chicken coop. https://youtu.be/yd0nDUYHi3U
Views: 144917 Pete B.
In this video I do an overview of how to build a simple 4' X 4' chicken coop. This coop has enough room for about 4-6 chickens and is build with 3 nesting boxes. The coop is designed with cleaning in mind and will allow the coop to be cleaned by pulling out the bottom collection tray, dumping the waste bedding, and then refilling with new. In part two I will show how I added a detachable chicken tractor chicken run to the coop and in future updates I will add the automatic rain collection watering system, automatic feeder, heating elements, and lighting. Enjoy! For more details and downloadable plans please visit - http://www.simplesuburbanliving.com/2016/03/how-to-build-simple-suburban-chicken.html Check out the Simple Suburban Living General Store for products used in the coop construction - http://astore.amazon.com/simpsubulivi-20 For more information please visit www.simplesuburbanliving.com
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Find the plans here: http://bit.ly/2AdYlBB Check out Part 2 here https://youtu.be/U9IB3Ajsibw Big thank you to Port-A-Mate for sponsoring this video: http://amzn.to/2ibYEkK Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Website: https://www.wilkerdos.com/ Check out my awesome sponsors Triton Tools and ISOTunes! http://www.tritontools.com/en-US - http://bit.ly/2rVobCD Things I Used in This Project: Port-A-Mate Stand - http://amzn.to/2ibYEkK ISOTunes Bluetooth Hearing Protection - http://amzn.to/2pEjNtv Miter Saw - http://amzn.to/2tF5Azc Triton Multi Stand - http://amzn.to/2r9Igr9 Framing Nailer - http://amzn.to/2gIHQ4K Circular Saw - http://amzn.to/2rk9hWO Custom Tool Belt - http://bit.ly/2qAzT8Q Super Jaws - http://amzn.to/2qFLYJF Drills - http://bit.ly/2qqO4sK
Views: 430295 April Wilkerson
Watch the full episode: Check your local listings for air times beginning Feb. 18: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/info/0,,20613015,00.html Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva creates a backyard chicken coop for a homeowner in Connecticut in “Build It.” (See below for steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Steps for How to Build a Chicken Coop: 1. Stain the sheets of T1-11 and allow to dry. 2. Place two sheets of T1-11 on top of each other and ensure they’re even on all sides. Use a track saw to cut the roofline of the plywood at a 45-degree angle on both sheets at once. 3. Remove one sheet and then, using a jigsaw, cut a small square opening for the sliding coop door into a plywood sheet. For all the doors, the cutouts will later be reattached as the door. 4. On the next sheet, cut an opening for the small entrance door, using the jigsaw. 5. Cut a third sheet of T1-11 to form the side walls. On one of them, cut a large opening for the egg door, using a jigsaw. The other side wall will remain uncut. 6. Cut two of the 4x4 posts to the desired length, then match the angle of the roof using a miter saw for both steps. 7. Use a driver to drive in 1 5/8-inch ceramic screws to attach the posts to the plywood sheeting. 8. Use a piece of 2x4 at the bottom and the top of the coop to give it additional support. Attach these using ceramic screws, and fasten them using a driver. 9. Construct the opposite gable end, repeating the same steps. 10. Connect the two gable ends using 2x4s, and attach one of the side walls. 11. To form the rafters, screw in a 2x4 ridge beam and 2x4 purlins (parallel roof framing), using a driver and 3-inch ceramic screws. 12. Finish the framing by attaching additional 2x4s to the base of the front and back gable walls, using 3-inch ceramic screws. 13. Then, attach two more perpendicular 2x4 joists to form the floor support for the coop with 3-inch ceramic screws 14. To form the floor, use the ½-inch exterior plywood and cut out the corners to match the posts using a jigsaw. 15. Fasten the plywood floor by driving 1 5/8-inch screws into the floor joists. 16. Attach the cutout door pieces to the plywood exterior sheets of the structure using hardware of your choice. Do this by driving provided screws into the hardware. 17. Attach the chicken door by threading a rope through a pulley at the top of the door. Then attach the rope to an eyelet on the chicken door. The other end of the rope should be linked to a hook at the opposite end. A track for the door can be made using scrap wood. 18. Attach the final side wall using 1 5/8-inch ceramic screws. 19. Build a nesting box to your desired dimensions using plywood and 2x4s. 20. Cut cellular PVC trim boards to match the angles of the coop, using a miter saw. 21. Attach the PVC trim boards to the exterior of the coop using a hammer and stainless-steel trim nails. 22. Attach ½-inch plywood roof sheathing to the roof structure using a driver and 1 5/8-inch ceramic screws. 23. Lay down a layer of felt paper, and staple in place. 24. Using a hammer and roofing nails, attach the asphalt shingles with a 5-inch reveal to the roof sheathing. 25. Attach 4x4 posts of the coop to a beveled base using a driver and ceramic screws. 26. Attach the beveled base to a 2x12 square using a driver and ceramic screws to keep the coop from sinking into the ground. 27. Create a pen area using pressure-treated 2x4s to desired design. Connect the pen structure using driver and ceramic screws. Include an access door for cleaning the pen. 28. Cover the pen with chicken wire by hammering in construction staples. 29. Dig a trench in the outline of the pen at least 3 inches deep, and place the structure in the trench. This is meant to keep predators from crawling in underneath. 30. Attach the pen structure to the coop structure by driving in screws. 31. Place a piece of 2x12 from the coop door to the pen to serve as a ramp for the chickens. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 1503065 This Old House
This is just the beginning of the grueling task of building a bigger, better chicken run and coop. The one I have now is purely a temporary (although I am extremely grateful that it was offered to me). It's just too small and won't support 6 hens comfortably, and I have plans to step up to at least 18 hens! My goal with this coop is that it will be free standing and able to be added on to and mobile. It will much resemble just a square dog kennel, but with a door on each end, so I'll be able to add on more section later, and just tie them together, leave the doors open, and have a bigger, better run. I hope for this thing to be nearly varmint proof by burying the boards a few inches in the ground. Here I'm not too worried as it sits between a fence and the garage. But in future free standing applications, I'll likely put 2x4 mesh, or chicken wire wings on the external of the boards to prevent digging from the outside. Please let me know if you have other thoughts or ideas to improve. I'm still struggling with how to build a compact yet thorough coop to support the flock. Any ideas or recommendations are greatly appreciated. Also, if anyone knows a compelling reason not to sprinkle lime dust in the coop to keep the smell down, please let me know. To my knowledge it's just crushed limestone. I sprinkle it at night when the ground is moist to keep down dust. That's the only thing I can think of is the potential respiratory risk if the birds inhale a lot of the dust. Other thoughts?
Views: 17070 Tom Brueggen
A safe, secure chicken run is an important element of raising backyard chickens and several key features can help make this possible. Andy Larson, small farms specialist and Homegrown Lifestyle coordinator, talks about raising backyard chickens, including what you need, what you need to do, and all about getting started.
Views: 125650 UKNOW How-to Videos
Discover How To Easily Design and Build Your own Chicken Coop at: ►►http://tinyurl.com/EasyDIYCoopPlans◄◄ "Building Your Own Durable, Secure and Practical Chicken Coop Has Never Been Easier" 3 Benefits of Building Your Own Coop 1. Most Ready-Made Coops Are a Complete Rip-Off! Most "ready-made" coops are shipped or sold to you flat-packed. They are nothing more than a few pieces of cheap wood cut to the right dimensions, packaged with a couple of nails for you to put everything together. 2. You Get to Choose Material If you build your own chicken coop you get to choose the FINEST material from your local hardware shop instead of having to paying premium for ready made coops that's been built with low-quality material! 3. Build the Perfect Coop For YOUR Needs When building your own coop you get to build a coop that suits YOUR needs. Want a coop that's suitable for just 2 chickens? Need a full-sized chicken condo that can hold 25? No problem! You're in charge. Here's what you'll get in the ebook: 10 complete chicken coop plans. Everything you need to build a great looking chicken coop (all different sizes of coops included). Absolutely Nothing Left Out! 100 pages of tips and building basics 349 step by step, easy to follow illustrations Also included in the book: No sweat, no brainer ways of having enough space to run a great coop. Just starting off? Don’t worry. The entire chicken coop process is covered here from how to manage water, heating and odors and space. The sure way to get all the prep work done right before you get started. Covers everything from having the right tools, constructions site, wood, paint and safety precautions. Here's an extract of what you'll find inside Page 20: The ideal coop for the beginner. You can build this one for less than $100. Not only is it cheap-it looks fantastic. Page 40: Do you have one to five chickens and are looking for a really convenient chicken coop to build and maintain? Check out the ‘Cluck Carrier’ on page 40. Page 50: ‘The old shack’: if you’re looking for easy clean up and transportation where your chickens will be able to wander freely...Check out the ‘old shack’ on page 50. Page 70: ‘The Mobile Coop’ Perfect if you have 5 chickens plus and when you want to move the coop easily to different locations. Page 88: ‘The Chicken Hut’: this coop is designed to fill every need of your poultry. Easy access, easy cleaning, will let your chickens roam about. Page 112: ‘The Gambrel Poultry Shed’: this one is perfect if you have advanced level carpentry skills. If you were to buy this coop it would cost you around $5000. You can put it together with my plans for less than $1000. Page 139: ‘The Poultry Condo’: the crystal-clear windows of this condo design give your hens maximum comfort and you can see them at a glance. You also get quick, easy access to eggs and the spacious attached run gives your chickens room to roam freely. Page 148: ‘The Poultry farmer’: this one holds up to 50 plus chickens. Clever design reduces labour and cleanup time. Plus you get large doors that allows for spacious entry and exit. It costs $5000 as a kit but you can build it from the plans for less the $1000. Plus so much more...
Views: 44230 A Mentor
HI Friends @ Broiler Poultry Farming @ Introduction of Broiler Chicken:- What is broiler? its a tender meat young chicken of male or female that grows from a hatch weight of 40 grams to a weight over approximately around 1.5 kg to 2 kg in about 6 weak time period only.Broilers today has emerged has the on of the fastest growing poultry segment with the incresed acceptence of broiler chicken meat in cities, towns, and villages the demand and consumption of broiler chicken is increasing day by day in a fast pace. In India, during the last few years. Poultry farming has taken a U-turn from a backyard venture into a fastest growing commercial sector. for achieving better profits from poultry industry. One should be aware and have good knowledge on its technicality viz. housing, breed, feed management, and over all maintenance. The poultry birds which are raised for commercial meat production are called broiler poultry. By using modern farming methods broiler chickens become suitable for consumption within their 5 to 6 weeks of age. However, see the common raising systems which are mostly used for commercial broiler poultry farming. Indoor Raising Methods: In this method broilers are kept inside a house. Rice hulls, wood shavings, peanut shells etc. are used as litter in the floor of the house. In this system the broilers are kept in a large and open house (known as grow out houses) and they become suitable for consumption within their 5 to 6 weeks of age. This types of poultry houses are well equipped with mechanical systems for delivering the feed and water to the poultry birds. Well ventilation system, coolers and heaters are must. It is very important to keep the house always dry and clean. Generally a house of 400 feet long and 40 feet wide can accommodate about 20,000 birds. One-half square feet space is required per bird. Free-Range Methods: In free-range broiler farming methods the broilers are kept like the free-range layers. The broiler breeds which grows slowly(takes more than 8 weeks for reaching slaughter weight) are suitable for raising in this systems. The main facilities of free-range farming systems is that, it allows the birds scratching, foraging, pecking and outdoor exercise. Organic Farming Methods: Organic farming method is almost the same as free-range farming systems. But the main difference is that, in organic farming methods the birds are not allowed for randomly using of in-feed or in-water medications, other food additives and synthetic amino acids. This system is very suitable for the poultry breeds which reach slaughter weight slowly(around 12 weeks). Some Popular Poultry Breeds For Farming There are some popular and mostly raised poultry birds. Among them chickens, turkeys, quails etc. are mostly raised poultry birds.
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Basic points to follow when constructing a poultry house for your chicken. Kienyeji chicken house construction For more info please visit www.homerangepoultry.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call /sms us on 0727200116 or 0786942052. We are truly the home of the Kari Improved kienyeji chicken
Views: 32257 Homerange Poultry Kenya
We decided to build our chicken run out of PVC because it's inexpensive and easy to work with. The run is about 25 feet long by 4.5 feet wide and a little over 6 feet tall, which gives our chickens plenty of room to run around and lets us walk inside easily. We also buried a row of cinder blocks along the outside edge to help keep out digging predators.
Views: 50437 BersbachBungalow
L102 - Chicken coop plans free - How to build a chicken coop See more and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://bit.ly/l102blog Message: We regularly have new designs. The design concept is always free. When we does not have the detailed design for construction, you should order and comment about the concept design. The designs that are more ordered and reviews will be done soon. And it will be free with you. When we completed the detailed design for construction, we will notify you and you can download them for free within 1 month. So please comment and order when you see our new concept design . Thank you very much for tracking my work in recent times. Have a nice day! Wish you all the BEST! : NOTE: Dimension in the drawings as reference Building according the actual dimension Size of timber (section): a: 4"x4" b: 2"x4" c: 2"x2" d: 0.5"x5" e: 0.5"x4" f: 1"x2" g: 1"x1" h: 1"x4" Units: Inches Overall size: 80" x 80" for Cage 80" x 22" for Nesting Box for 4 Hens 120" x 340" x 130" for area of the buildingOrder of the drawings in this profile are not the steps to build correctly. It is suggested. You should see the drawings carefully. Then you should create a plan to build that it suits your conditions. And here I will suggest you a step by step plan to build of mine that you can refer to it: - Building the axis and column - Building the main frame structure - Building the Floor - Building the roof beam - Building the Insulated panel - Building the beam system surrounding the cage - Building Nesting boxes - Building the main frame of the door and windows - Building the door and windows for cage - Building VENTS - Building the Wall system - Building the wooden stick in the corner - Building Nesting boxes - Building the open roof - Building the finishing Roof - Building the Ramp - Building the chicken run L102 - Chicken coop plans free - How to build a chicken coop See more and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://bit.ly/l102blog
Views: 18761 Frank Vanh Nguyen
Today I'm taking you on an updated tour of my DIY Chicken Coop build. I talk about the construction, rainwater harvesting and watering system, clean out door, solar powered electric fence, and a lot of other stuff! Since it's a long video, here is a legend of the topics covered and the times. Intro - 0:33 general construction - 1:05 trim & exterior details - 2:17 windows / ventilation - 2:55 back side/ stilts / chicken access 3:25 rainwater harvesting system - 3:57 chicken watering system - 5:02 chicken feeder - 6:20 snake pole in use - 7:20 Cleanout Access Door (Poop Door) 7:57 Egg Door - 8:32 Coop Run - 9:12 Palletwood Roost - 10:40 Gate Latch / Catch - 11:00 Security over view (solar, electric fence, lights, etc) 11:22 Trap door (last defense in security) - 12:54 Closing thoughts 13:20 AND if you want to see how I built it, here are some links to my chicken coop build for my inlaws. Construction is almost exactly the same as this one :) Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTT781yxzBg Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rbttk1FuRtE Please let me know if you have any questions :) Joe If you guys like the videos I make and would like to help support the channel at no additional cost to you. Please consider doing some of you Amazon shopping through this link. I may receive a commission on some of the items you buy. Thanks for considering, it’s greatly appreciated ☺ http://amzn.to/2hWHbgu Music sourced from the Youtube audio library and from EpidemicSound.com... credits as follows.... A Sound Foundation2 by Gavin Luke via Epidemic Sound (license/subscription via partnership with Studio71) Subscribe to homesteadonomics: http://bit.ly/2trs1Iz Follow homesteadonomics: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/homesteadonomics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homesteadonomics/ Business Inquiries: email@example.com ----------- DIY projects, gardening, outdoors and other random interests of mine If you have any questions or business inquires feel free to email below or if you prefer, you can send old fashioned mail to this address:) Homesteadonomics HC 70 Box 4770 Sahuarita AZ 85629 ----------- Tags: homesteadonomics, homesteading, diy build, building projects, solar, solar fence charger, chicken coop, chickens, chicken coop build, how to, diy chicken coop, chicken keeping
Views: 139044 homesteadonomics
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Views: 162751 Rogue Engineer
This video will show you how I made a 10 X 10 PVC chicken run for your hens. It is easy to do. Total cost for this project at the time of the video was $165.00. It is light weigh and easy to move, if you need to move it around. Most of the material was purchased from Lowes. Check out the bonus footage here 5:05 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Super Clean Free Tee Giveaway - Home Owner Repair " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZJuTZ8rjWM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 507382 HomeownerRepair
Click SHOW MORE Please leave a comment and don't forget to subscribe if you enjoy our videos. Amazon Wish List ➤ http://a.co/d4pipAp Mailing Address ➤ Out in the Country 429 E Dupont Rd #131 Fort Wayne, IN 46825 Instagram ➤ https://www.instagram.com/outinthecountry/ Facebook ➤ https://www.facebook.com/Out-in-the-Country-739839132847920/ Email ➤ OITCountry@gmail.com Hi there! We are Doug, Ashley, and our 2 kids and we live Out in the Country! It took time, hard work, and some stepping stones, but we finally were able to purchase our new 3 acre Indiana country property in January 2018. We are so thankful and grateful for what we have. The property needs work so keep watching our videos to see what we end up doing with the place! We love having projects to work on and a new place to make shine. We plan on growing a garden, planting fruit trees, having bielefelder chickens, keeping bees, installing fencing, raising dorper sheep, getting a donkey, and probably more! And eventually we will be renovating the epic old brick school house building that is on our property and making it our home! Property Tour Part 1 (1979 mobile home and garage) ➤ https://youtu.be/W3YCb8KGwzM Property Tour Part 2 (The land and barn) ➤ https://youtu.be/e9UBTAHFIBo Property Tour Part 3 (Epic old brick school house) ➤ https://youtu.be/gsrR3slaHSw Our channel is family-friendly. Our metal detecting playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB6I6KoGYpp6ec7UMd6ASJum969W2qIjn ♦-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------♦ Material List: Kennel panel with gate and five 1" conduit straps to hook it to the run. We used all pressure treated lumber: two 2x6x10's three 2x6x12's three 2x4x10's two 2x4x12's three 2x4x8's two 4x4x10's 25 foot roll of 1/2" hardwire cloth 3 feet wide. 50 foot roll 2 inch by 4 inch welded wire 4 feet wide. 3" inch screws for outdoor use/pressure treated wood. And we used 2x4 joist hangers for the ceiling, but you can just angle screw the boards, which is probably easier. The run measures 5' by 12'. We dug two post holes and attached the other two corners to the garage. The posts were back-filled with the dirt that was removed. No concrete was used, which we feel is better. To prevent splitting, we pre-drilled all screw holes. We used rolled metal wire mesh on the three sides and roof (smaller mesh on bottom half). And we used a black dog kennel panel with a gate so we didn't have to make a door. We decided to build the coop part in the garage for many reasons: 1) We wouldn't need to dig any post holes for it since it would be out of the wind. 2) We wouldn't need to build a leak proof roof. 3) It will be much better to come out in the winter to tend to them and be out of the cold wind. 4) It will be out of the elements, so it won't rot! ♦-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------♦ Music: Fretless by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 1084890 Out in the Country
http://www.buildingachickencooptoday.com Free DIY chicken coop designs for you to steal and copy. Chicken coop designs and plans are a good investment to make. Yes, you can save a lot of money building the coop yourself, you can also ensure the construction is done to your specific needs. DIY chicken coop plans can lead to a very efficient mini farm with complete egg production. Remember that you can also use the manure produced by the chickens. It can be used within a composting system. You can easily use it within your garden to help produce wonderful organic produce. You can find hen house plans in all sorts of varieties. The following are some points to think about. 1) Chicken Coop Plans and Designs Should Be Efficient The reason you are looking into chicken coop plans online is because designing your own coop is because The thought behind using quality chicken coop plans should be to help make your life easier. Simply put, the right plan should easily allow you to carry out the daily tasks surrounding looking after your chickens. Make sure the coop is well insulated and secure. You want to be sure your chickens are well guarded. Get some quick ideas here: http://www.buildingachickencooptoday.com 2) Chicken Coop Sizes and Layouts How many chickens will you have? Make sure you have enough space. The right size house will allow for the chickens to produce the right amount of eggs. Remember that you can always buy more chickens later to fill any space so build bigger than you think you'll need. There are plenty of plans and designs in all shapes and sizes so choose wisely before you start building. 3) Exterior Design With the right plan you can be certain the exterior will also look appealing. Having a coop that looks good also feels good. :) Now is the time to pick out the right chicken plan. Build one that you will be happy with and will suit your needs. How many people do you know that have the perfect chicken coop? Designing, building, and raising your chickens is very rewarding and now is as good a time as any to get started. If you haven't found the right blue prints for your liking, you can get great coops kits, plans, and designs here: http://www.buildingachickencooptoday.com Make sure to subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/chickencoopchris http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mKLQD20P3o
Views: 211378 chickencoopchris
Build Your Own Backyard Coop Time lapse. How to build a coop/run. As seen on "America Unplugged". We turned a old building into a coop. The run is 14' x 24' and the coop is around 8'x8'. Will hold 30 or more chickens. We painted it with valspar paint to make it look good and easy to keep clean. Check out my other video when the chicks arrive in the mail. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z9jN_8ttzQ And my other video when a bear shows up. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYn9PQwF6JE https://www.amazon.com/shop/markp0177 Here is a link to the hardware cloth: http://amzn.to/2nAn9ML Here is a link to raising chickens 4 dummies: http://amzn.to/2nAjnmM Chicken feed: http://amzn.to/2opE8Qh waterier: http://amzn.to/2puWQWh Feeder: http://amzn.to/2opGj6q Light: http://amzn.to/2oZ6aFC Brooder: http://amzn.to/2pa2cqx Mending plate: http://amzn.to/2qiTjvm https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_id=114&ipn=icep&toolid=20004&campid=5338059068&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F50-QTY-3-x-6-Truss-Plate-Mending-Plate-Structural-Plates-Zinc-nail-tooth-%2F271807451673%3Fhash%3Ditem3f48fc9219%3Ag%3Af40AAOSwl8NVckta
Views: 171141 markp0177
a hawk killed on of my girls and now im determined to not let that happen again. im about halfway done and all i need is about 200 more bucks to finish this project. maybe next check ill have enough extra.looking forward to letting the girls out into it and knowing they will be safe. If you're shopping on amazon, it helps me if you use my link here: https://amzn.to/2GH6XU3 Go here to get an incredible discount on an all American sun oven https://www.sunoven.com/bctruck-coupon/ Visit this link here for preparedness related needs. https://mypatriotsupply.com/?Click=428305
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Discover How To Easily and Quickly Design and Build The Best And Most Beautiful Chicken Coops And Sheds at: ►► http://tinyurl.com/BestChickenCoopDesigns ◄◄ "Building Your Own Durable, Secure and Practical Chicken Coop Has Never Been Easier" 3 Benefits of Building Your Own Coop 1. Most Ready-Made Coops Are a Complete Rip-Off! Most "ready-made" coops are shipped or sold to you flat-packed. They are nothing more than a few pieces of cheap wood cut to the right dimensions, packaged with a couple of nails for you to put everything together. 2. You Get to Choose Material If you build your own chicken coop you get to choose the FINEST material from your local hardware shop instead of having to paying premium for ready made coops that's been built with low-quality material! 3. Build the Perfect Coop For YOUR Needs When building your own coop you get to build a coop that suits YOUR needs. Want a coop that's suitable for just 2 chickens? Need a full-sized chicken condo that can hold 25? No problem! You're in charge. Here's what you'll get in the ebook: 10 complete chicken coop plans. Everything you need to build a great looking chicken coop (all different sizes of coops included). Absolutely Nothing Left Out! 100 pages of tips and building basics 349 step by step, easy to follow illustrations Also included in the book: No sweat, no brainer ways of having enough space to run a great coop. Just starting off? Don’t worry. The entire chicken coop process is covered here from how to manage water, heating and odors and space. The sure way to get all the prep work done right before you get started. Covers everything from having the right tools, constructions site, wood, paint and safety precautions. Here's an extract of what you'll find inside Page 20: The ideal coop for the beginner. You can build this one for less than $100. Not only is it cheap-it looks fantastic. Page 40: Do you have one to five chickens and are looking for a really convenient chicken coop to build and maintain? Check out the ‘Cluck Carrier’ on page 40. Page 50: ‘The old shack’: if you’re looking for easy clean up and transportation where your chickens will be able to wander freely...Check out the ‘old shack’ on page 50. Page 70: ‘The Mobile Coop’ Perfect if you have 5 chickens plus and when you want to move the coop easily to different locations. Page 88: ‘The Chicken Hut’: this coop is designed to fill every need of your poultry. Easy access, easy cleaning, will let your chickens roam about. Page 112: ‘The Gambrel Poultry Shed’: this one is perfect if you have advanced level carpentry skills. If you were to buy this coop it would cost you around $5000. You can put it together with my plans for less than $1000. Page 139: ‘The Poultry Condo’: the crystal-clear windows of this condo design give your hens maximum comfort and you can see them at a glance. You also get quick, easy access to eggs and the spacious attached run gives your chickens room to roam freely. Page 148: ‘The Poultry farmer’: this one holds up to 50 plus chickens. Clever design reduces labour and cleanup time. Plus you get large doors that allows for spacious entry and exit. It costs $5000 as a kit but you can build it from the plans for less the $1000. Plus so much more... ►►http://tinyurl.com/BestChickenCoopDesigns◄◄
Views: 70134 A Mentor
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This is how I built my chicken coop in my urban back garden in the uk. It's great fun and really rewarding having backyard chickens. I just can't wait till they are old enough to start laying. 🐓🐓🐓🥚🥚🥚🍳🍳🍳 Wach part two at https://youtu.be/gVP5XEsb20U Ever seen chickens in the snow with a Gopro? https://youtu.be/Aq4zcVuq7bg
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CB201 - Combo Plans - Chicken Coop Plans Construction + Garden Sheds - Storage Sheds Plans Construction See and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://bit.ly/cb201blog ... It can comfortably hold 20 - 25 chickens; Nest boxes for 8 hens Total land occupancy area: 31' 4 1/2"x15' 10 7/8"=500,693 Feet ² Total height: 12' 7 3/4" - Storage Shed: 11'x7'=77 Feet ² - Chicken Cage: 11'x5'=55 Feet ² - Chicken Run: 11'x12'=132 Feet ² - Construction area: 307,76 Feet ² Total volume of wood: 555195 inches3 (= 321 feet3) Units: Inches - fractions ... See and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://bit.ly/cb201blog
Views: 8097 Frank Vanh Nguyen
We have officially outgrown our chicken coop and run. It's time to build a new chicken coop! In this video I walk through the build of our new easy to clean coop and run. This new hen house is much larger allowing us to move the feeder and waterer inside during the winter. We built the coop and run tall enough to have a standard size doors making it much easer to clean and do maintenance. This project took about 4 weekends and a little over $1000. I would love to here your thoughts on the build! Channel Page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC21cHbafITtHLVMbklA1vRA?sub_confirmation=1 Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
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http://www.chickenrunplans.com/ Click here for all the chicken coop plans you will ever need. Building Your Backyard Chicken Run Before you begin building a hen house, the very first thing to do is survey the area where you plan to put the chicken coop. Decide whether what you plan to build will be portable (movable), semi-permanent or fixed. Regardless of the type of backyard chicken run you will build for your chickens, you have to make sure that you provide them with the best available comfort, cleanliness, and security since this is where your flock will sleep and lay their eggs. This is where your chickens will eat and sleep. Your hen house will also need to keep them safe from potential predators. You can find loads of chicken coop ideas and chicken coop designs in the featured product on this page. Building your own hen house is great fun… but you need to do some pre-planning before you can start your building your chicken run. Here are the steps you need to follow: Building a Chicken Run Pre-Planning and Site Selection Basics Choose the Right Plan and Design: Based on the family discussion as to how many chickens you plan to have, you already have an idea as to how big the chicken coop should be and what type you would build. Other Factors to Consider: When you have decided on the right plan and design, you also have to consider the following factors in order to make the building phase a lot easier for you. Allocate 4 heads of chicken per feeder and waterer. Build the nest boxes at the same time you build the chicken coop to save time. Position the Chicken Run Strategically In choosing the right place for semi-permanent or fixed chicken run, make sure that the area will have the right amount of sunlight and is not directly in the direction of the wind with predator threats kept to a minimum. Buying Construction Materials You are now ready to buy your construction materials and supplies. To save on expenses, it is recommended that you shop for your chicken coop building supplies from second-hand shops. You never know the kind of bargain you will be able to find in these shops. Check the chicken coop plan you have chosen and copy the list of materials of the plan. If you will have less than 4 chickens in the coop, the size of the coop is sufficient but for future expansion purposes and to preclude building another coop after a year or two, it may be best to double (or triple) the original size of the chicken coop. Make sure that all of the basics are taken cared of before you buy a single piece of lumber. If you took our advice to use used lumber in building your chicken run, then one of the problems you’ll face is getting them all in the same lengths – don’t worry, you can always cut them to size but bear in mind that the shortest piece you should get should also be the dimensions of the smallest piece in the chicken coop plan that you have chosen to avoid unnecessary joints. In choosing your lumber pieces, make sure that they are: 1.Choose wood that is bigger or longer than the actual dimensions specified (you need to sand them clean yet) which means they’ll become a little bit smaller. 2.Choose lumber that you can cut in half to make two equal pieces of the same length. 3.Don’t worry about the cracks in the wood, the age of the wood guarantees that they are dry and will not split. 4.Buy as much as you need that are available in the second-hand shop, you’ll discover what a bargain (not to mention fun) building a chicken coop can be. Don’t waste money on expensive chicken coop kits. Hen House Provisions Providing your chickens with proper housing is absolutely necessary to keep your birds in good physical shape, contented and happy. As a rule of thumb, for a chicken coup to be satisfactory for your birds, it must meet the following requirements: It must be predator-proof from all sides. Make sure that all openings are protected with the correct size of wire mesh – 15mm square so that so that predators cannot reach inside the coop! Make sure that the area surrounding the coop is protected with wire-mesh fencing with the base buried at least 30cm below ground level to prevent foxes and rats from burrowing into the area. Rats would especially be drawn into the area because of chicken droppings. Make sure the coop is well ventilated (but not directly in the flow of air) to prevent respiratory diseases. Although chickens can stand cold weather they cannot withstand being in the direct path of the wind.
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L200 - How To Build Large Chicken Coop - Free Chicken Coop Plans - Multifunction & Full Options This video is the Concept Plans. Detailed Plans for construction is being done. If you like these plans, please comment, I will make detailed plans immediately. If you wish to modify the plan better fits your desire, please comment. I'll modify it for you. Please say me what you want about these plans, I will respond quickly for your wishes. During this time, Concept Plans and Detailed Plan for construction is FREE for you. You can download them easily. Have a nice day! Wish you all the BEST! :) See the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.homegardendesignplan.com/2011/07/large-chicken-coop-l200-multifunction.html Standard Coop Features: - Chicken Ramp and standard door - Nesting Boxes - Horizontal sliding Window - Wire over Windows - Wire system for Chicken run Coop Options: - Vents - Litter Tray - Clean-Out Lid - Automatic Door - Insulated Ceiling Size of timber for construction: a: 4"x4" (section) b: 2"x4" (section) c: 2"x2" (section) d: 0.75"x10" (section) e: 1"x2" (section) f: wooden sheet thickness 0.75" Units: Inches (millimeter)
Views: 46860 Frank Vanh Nguyen
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Views: 48914 Diane J. White
Build the perfect back yard chicken coop, it's a fun project idea and easy to clean. This little coop is perfect for the country or urban chicken farmer...have some birds in a safe place and get those farm fresh eggs!!! We finally got it done!! Check out my design...I hope you like it...lots of thought went into this coop to make it easy to work with and have good work flow in caring for my birds!! Thanks
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MS210 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop ... Principles of design: Standard & Economical "Minimalist"_"Save Money"_"Easy to build" ... Units: Inches - fractions It can comfortably hold 20 - 25 chickens ... Nest boxes for 4 hens Total land occupancy area: 10' 3 1/4"x19' 6"=201.0694 ft² Total height: 10' 3 1/4" - Chicken Cage: 6' 5 1/2"x6' 5 1/2"=41.7101 ft² - Nest boxes for 4 hens: 6' 5 1/2"x1' 6'=9.6875 ft² - Chicken Run: 6' 7"x12' 4"=81.1944 ft² - Construction area: 142.9583 ft² Total volume of wood: 150529 inches3 (= 87 feet3) ... See and get Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.homegardendesignplan.com/2015/04/ms210-chicken-coop-plans-construction.html
Views: 966 Frank Vanh Nguyen
M113 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - 2 in 1 Chicken Coop - Split Chicken Coop ... Principles of design Durability & Comfortable "Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean" Units: Inches - fractions It can comfortably hold 17 chickens include: 5 chickens for House 1; 12 chickens for House 2, - Chicken House: 8' x 5' = 40 ft² include: 3' x 5' = 15 ft² for House 1; 5' x 5' = 25 ft² for House 2, - Nest Boxes for 4 Hens: 6' 6" x 1' 6" = 9.75 ft² include: 1 box for House 1; 3 boxes for House 2, - Chicken Run: 18' x 5' = 90 ft² include: 8' x 5' = 40 ft² for Run 1; 10' x 5' = 50 ft² for Run 2 - Cabinet: 6' 6" x 1' 6" = 9.75 ft² Maximum height: 8' 11 7/16" Construction area: 109.0781 ft² (The area for building foundations) Materials List: The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 85 7/16 lumbers The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 76 15/16 lumbers The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 22 4/16 lumbers The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 10 10/16 osb The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 4 10/16 fps Total Area of Wire Mesh: 232 6/16 ft2 Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 142 1/16 ft2 ... See and get Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.homegardendesignplan.com/2018/03/m113-chicken-coop-plans-construction-2.html
Views: 196 Frank Vanh Nguyen
See more: http://thd.co/111OwdA Thinking of raising chickens in your backyard? Chickens are low maintenance, but do require shelter. Check out this DIY coop that Chris from our How-To Community built.
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Step by Step walk through of the construction of our Chicken Run / Hoop House using welded wire hog panels. 4 x 16' hog panels - $12 1 roll small aluminum wire - $10 4 7' tall T-posts - $7 Total - $84 for a 9'x9' fully enclosed chicken run/hoop house.
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It's one thing to start a chicken farm, but to start an actual business out of it is something else entirely. You are not only going to become a chicken farmer, but a businessperson as well, depending on what markets you want to target and what part of the chicken industry you want to tap into. In the chicken industry there are two main sectors: Layers, which are chickens bred and raised to produce eggs, or broilers, chickens raised and bred to be slaughtered. Whatever sector you choose, you have to make responsible managerial and financial decisions to make your chicken farm business a profitable one. http://ashmubworldwide.blogspot.ae/
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M112 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop It can comfortably hold 12 chickens Roll-away Nest boxes for 3 hens Units: Inches - fractions - Chicken Cage: 6' 3 1/2" x 8' = 50.3333 ft² - Chicken Run 1: 8' 8 1/2" x 6' 3 1/2" = 54.7899 ft² - Chicken Run 2: 8' 8 1/2" x 16' 8 1/2" = 145.5017 ft² - Construction area: 17' 1/2" x 15' 4" = 261.3056 ft² - Total height: 12' 7 7/8" Total volume of wood: 241765 inches3 (= 140 feet3) ... See more and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://bit.ly/m112blog
Views: 1021 Frank Vanh Nguyen
M203 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop ... Principles of design Durability & Comfortable "Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean" Units: Inches - fractions It can comfortably hold 8 chickens Overall size: 5' x 4' = 20 ft² for Cage 7' x 6' = 42 ft² for Chicken Run 5' x 1' 6" = 7.5 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 3 Hens Maximum height: 8' 1 3/8" Construction area: 66.3767 ft² (The area for building foundations) Materials List: The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 59 4/16 lumbers The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 57 8/16 lumbers The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 6 1/16 lumbers The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 7 osb The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 3 fps Total Area of Wire Mesh: 145 ft2 Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 113 ft2 ... See and get Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.homegardendesignplan.com/2018/03/m203-chicken-coop-plans-construction.html
Views: 207 Frank Vanh Nguyen
I was asked by the kids to build a chicken coop. I show the basic steps in building from the ground-up. All materials are new except for the redwood siding which was saved from a barn that was torn down on the property. Please SUBSCRIBE and post your comments and feedback, I appreciate you taking the time to watch my videos.
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MS101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop ... Principles of design: Standard & Economical: "Minimalist"_"Save Money"_"Easy to build" Units: Inches - fractions It can comfortably hold 16 chickens Overall size: 6' x 6' = 36 ft² for Cage 12' x 6' = 72 ft² for Chicken Run 6' x 1' 6" = 9 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 3 Hens Maximum height: 8' 8 11/16" Construction area: 18' 4 1/2" x 6' 4 1/2" = 117.1406 ft² (The area for building foundations) Materials List: The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 84 lumbers The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 40 lumbers The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 6 lumbers The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 8 osb The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 4 fps Total Area of Wire Mesh: 230 ft2 ... See and get Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.homegardendesignplan.com/2017/01/ms101-chicken-coop-plans-construction.html
Views: 856 Frank Vanh Nguyen
This easy to clean classic barn style chicken coop is easy to clean, and easy to build. Check out more chicken coop ideas on our site. Read more about chicken coop builds :http://goo.gl/XpgdlF Learn all about raising chickens : http://goo.gl/9LPS6M More chicken fun: #birds Deals: https://goo.gl/J8bhtY Follow us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChickenCondos/ Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/C0VEPR0DUCTS/
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Becky gives you a tour of the chicken coops on her homestead. She gives you some ideas for the different chicken coop designs you can have. Flip Coop Chicken Coop Plans: http://beckyshomestead.com/portfolio/chicken-coop-designs-how-to-build-the-flip-coop Triangle Chicken Coop Plans: http://beckyshomestead.com/portfolio/triangle-chicken-coop-plans
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If you want to get backyard chickens, then your going to need to get a chicken coop. Even small coops can cost $500 dollars, save a little money and learn some skills by making your own custom chicken coop. In this video we explain the designing and building process behind farm structures, and coops in general.
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M201 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop It can comfortably hold 40 - 50 chickens See and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.bit.ly/m201blog ... Units: Inches - fractions Overall size: 12' 4" x 4' 11" for Cage 9' 6 1/2" x 1' 8" for Nesting Boxes for 6 Hens 37' 11" x 14' 1/8" x 9' 4 7/8" (height) for area of the building Construction area: 534 Feet ² Total volume of wood: 408676 5/8 inch3 ... Unit: millimeters - decimal Overall size: 3848mm x 1499mm for Cage 2908mm x 508mm for Nesting Boxes for 6 Hens 11557mm x 4271mm x 2869mm (height) for area of the building Construction area: 49.55 Meters ² Total volume of wood: 6.43 m3 ... The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents: 0.0 - 0.8 - Concept design 1.0 - Building the Axis and Column 2.0 - Building the Main Frame Structure 3.0 - Building the Floor System 4.0 - Building Beams surrounding the cage 5.0 - Building the Nesting boxes 6.0 - Building Perches for chickens 7.0 - Building Roof beam 8.0 - Building Wall system outsite 9.0 - Building Litter Tray 10.0 - Building the Doors and Windows - Main door for cleaning cage - Glass Window and Wire mesh - Clean Out-Lid - Door to eggs - Automatic and Standard chicken door - Vents 11.0 - Building RAMP 12.0 - Building the Axis and Column for Run 13.0 - Building Chicken Run 14.0 - Building Roof Beam for Run 14.7 - Building the Insulated Panel for Roof 15.0 - Building Chicken Run: Main Door and Wire mesh 17.0 - Perspective - The building was completed! ... M201 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop It can comfortably hold 40 - 50 chickens See and get the Detailed Plans for Construction at: http://www.bit.ly/m201blog
Views: 1611 Frank Vanh Nguyen