Chicken Hutch / June 5, 2018 / Maryellen
With moveable chicken coops you will never have to worry about having a permanent structure in your backyard ever again. If you wish to keep your moveable chicken coop closer to your porch during the winter for easy access for feeding and cleaning you can do so. If during the spring you would rather show off your beautiful sprouting garden to your friends and family without having your chicken coop in the way tarnishing the beauty of your garden...no problem. Just simply roll your moveable chicken coop to another location in the yard where its most fitting. Even if a major hurricane threatens your area with a moveable chicken coop you will easily be able to roll it to a safer position such as your garage if you have the space or even inside your barn if you live in a farm house.
Building a chicken coop is a rather systematic process which you can only slightly deviate from. Regardless of whether you are planning to build a conventional coop a free range chicken ranch or even an A frame chicken enclosure the fundamentals will always lie at the core which come from the chicken coop plans. Chicken coop plans cover the entire spectrum of chicken houses whether they are small mobile coops or enormous chicken warehouses. However every design comes with its own set of qualities and features that should be built to ensure the coop functions as desired. Nevertheless these features are limited to six central elements that any coop should have regardless of their size location or purpose.
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.