Chicken Hutch / June 9, 2018 / Maryellen
Im sure by now youve bought a batch of baby chickens from your local pet store or expo center and brought them into your home with joy and excitement. Everyday youve fed them and played with them and enjoyed just watching them chirp and make a mess of themselves. For weeks youve sat there and watched them grow but now youve realized that they are just too big to have inside your house in those empty milk cartons or fish aquariums that you were using to keep them in. Youve figured it is time to build a chicken coop and I couldnt agree more. You have a mesmerizingly fully landscaped backyard in which youve poured in every last drop of sweat to grow and maintain and the last thing you want to do now is destroy your lawn by permanently building a chicken coop that will tarnish the aesthetics of your home and garden. At the same time your small flock of chickens are growing and becoming way too large to keep indoors and since youve become quite attached to the little chicks by now it would be much too painful to give them away. Well the answer to your problems is quite simple...what you need is a Moveable Chicken Coop.
If youre raising chickens in the city then youre probably thinking that owning a large chicken coop is already out of the question. Space after all is one of the biggest limitation of urban chicken owners when it comes to building their chicken coop. So they usually make the mistake of designing their coop around the available space rather than their chickens needs. The result? Big city chickens living in cramped chicken coops. Of course the definition of what "large" is is very subjective especially in the context of the-countryside-hills-over-yonder standards versus the beyond crowded city standards. To put things into perspective lets just say that a large chicken coop in the countryside is a decent-sized apartment downtown. While a large chicken coop in the city is the walk-in closet in that decent-sized apartment downtown.
Though the simpler the chicken coop is the more beautiful it can be. Just a tip you must think about a style that is unique something that its purpose is not only a shelter for chicken. Aside from its aesthetic appeal it is necessary to consider the functionality of the coop. It must hold firmly feeds and water catcher. If coop are for layers then consider making some strategic design to care for eggs and newly hatched chicks. Eggs should be caught by firm yet soft materials and let it roll to the basket. Another thing you must should the portability of the coop. What if it rains hard? Hence coop can be portable to protect the chicken against the unfavorable weather outside. Therefore consider buying lighter materials and make a portable chicken coop plan. Making a chicken coop plan is as exciting as the moment of starting the project. But it needs several things to consider coming up with a good plan - stylish yet functional. So be certain that chicken coop is nearly perfect concerning the two important characteristics of a coop. Coop plan can make or break the budget but what is important is the functionality of these coop houses.