Chicken Hutch / June 7, 2018 / Maryellen
It is now time to build a backyard chicken coop. You have done all your planning ahead of time. You have chosen a terrain convenient to maneuver around with excellent sunlight and free from predators. You have sketched out your chicken coop design on paper and you have gathered all your materials. Now all you have to do is put it together. Some things to remember: Provide plenty of ventilation through screened windows bury your outside chicken wire along the coops borders about a foot deep to prevent predators from digging in and if you live in cold climates make sure to properly insulate the roof and insides of the coop. I hope these 5 steps will help you build a backyard chicken coop with greater ease and success. However these are only a few guidelines and there is so much more information you should learn before you actually build a backyard chicken coop.
As you probably know a chicken coop is an essential part of raising backyard chickens. It will provide your flock with warm shelter and a safe place to eat and sleep. However not many of us want to invest in a pre-made chicken coop for many reasons such as: inflated cost and the hassle of delivery or bringing it home. Therefore I have writtenthis article to help you build a backyard chicken coop fast and easy. If you follow these 5 easy steps you will be able to construct a strong and durable backyard chicken coop that will provide excellent shelter for your chickens and keep them safe from predators. If you want to build a backyard chicken coop with the least amounts of setbacks you must PLAN ahead of time. Some things to think about before beginning your construction are:
Nevertheless restricted space is fine with fattening chicken. In fact it can live with other chicken as well. On the other hand chicken that is for game purposes such as roosters need to have a special chicken coop. In this case game fowl must live in a single coop that was made just for this particular animal. Second primary materials that are available should also be considered especially if you are on tight budget. It would be a great saver if you already know beforehand the available resources at hand than knowing about it after buying the materials. The result is: excess materials. Thus identify first those materials you already have such as nails a piece of wood and more. Now it comes the most exciting part in making plan: brainstorming on the coop styles. Unlimited numbers of styles are acceptable during brainstorming. However as you sort it out you should be careful in choosing the preferred coop style. It does not need to be complex. In fact it must be simple.