Chicken Hutch / June 9, 2018 / Maryellen
A mobile chicken coop is a good alternative is you are at least pickle-minded about where to put your newly bought chicken coop. Why choose a mobile chicken coop instead of standard chicken houses? Well some people would like to try out raising chickens to see if it is meant for them. For these people building a stable chicken coop attached to the ground would be a large task especially if they decide afterwards not to raise chickens at all. At least with the portable chicken coop they can easily take it away or disassemble it if they do not want to pursue the idea of raising chickens. While some who are just starting to breed chickens or even just want to have chickens for their own consumption would want to have a good location that will best suit the chickens so it is better to have a portable coop in order to easily transfer it from one place to another when needed.
That professional chicken coop building plans take into account welfare of your chickens through inclusion of elementary factors which are responsible for the safety of your chickens as well as their health well-being and longevity. For example chickens perspire so the coop design provides provisions for ventilation in order to regulate temperature inside the coop to best suit your chickens; Through being tried and tested countless times professional coop building plans are designed in a way that simplifies the entire coop building process reducing stress levels and saving you money;
When attempting to build a backyard chicken coop do not go at it with a concept in your head. This can lead to disaster. Make sure you sketch out your coop on paper even if youre not an artist and cover every angle including a top view of the roof and a sketch of the inside. If this is your first time building a backyard chicken coop you shouldnt go for an architectural masterpiece but rather start out with a simple chicken coop first just big enough for your flock and as you gain experience then go for something of a greater scale. Before you build a backyard chicken coop make an effort to collect all the materials you will need so that you wont have to take unexpected trips to and from the hardware or lumber store. A good example of materials you will need are: wood (2 x 4) concrete cinder blocks chicken wire or fence wire insulation strips and ofcourse nails screws saw and hammer. While these are your most common materials only you