How we Made our New Bigger Better Chicken Coop!

How we Made our New Bigger Better Chicken Coop!

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We finished our new in-barn chicken coop which will house our future flock. It came out so good and we are really happy with it. It features two sliding pop doors and a really clever angled door design that saves space and leaves more room for the dual communal nesting boxes on the front. We were able to upcycle wood from pallets and shipping crates, and even made use of the pickets from our old fence. Now we just need chickens 🙂

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17 thoughts on “How we Made our New Bigger Better Chicken Coop!”

  1. I like your frame and the way you did your doors and laying boxes. You’re a good problem solver so I think that that will serve you well. Best wishes to you folks!

  2. OITC, better use some 1/2" hardware cloth on bottom of your wire. You'll come out to check on your birds and find some with their heads bit off. Done been there and some smaller wire that they can't stick their heads through will keep you from losing some of your favorite birds. I REALLY like your coup!

  3. Way cool coop and doors. So professional .so epic. The double doors and it is so well made. Good design. You should draw up this design and I bet you could come up with other designs for in the barn or for out or backyard chickens. This is Doug’s gift— design and great skills with wood.

  4. My favorite part of the coop is that both of you worked to make it happen. Building and changing on the fly was awesome. Usually how stuff happens at my house. Great video. Thanks for posting.

  5. love the doors, string was such a good idea, just add a little chicken wire on the bottom to keep the small chicks in, everything looks so good, really like the access to the laying boxes, such a good idea

  6. Small chicks will fit through the wire. Put chicken wire at the bottom between the sides and that will work. I lost guniuas like that when I was a kid. Held the chickens in but the small ones hopped through the wire and went to the woods never to be found.

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