MEMBERS CHICKEN COOP PHOTO'S (PICS ONLY PLEASE)

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Richard
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MEMBERS CHICKEN COOP PHOTO'S (PICS ONLY PLEASE)

Post by Richard »

Originally I had these on separate pages, but to be honest it's long and hard work getting the pictures, resizing, optimizing and loading etc., so I thought it best you post direct.
Please post no more than four photo's bearing in mind this is ideally to show Visitors and other Member's what can be done and how other's have their setup.
Please put a brief description if appropriate.
Maybe it would be good to show one or two photo's of the inside of your Chicken House as well.
PLEASE DO NOT COMMENT / REPLY IN THIS THREAD - PHOTO'S ONLY.
If you have any points or questions, please open another thread or pm the Member.
I'm sure this will be of benefit to many and will certainly catalogue a great many designs, systems and what can be done in small / large areas etc. A great resource.
Please try to resize pictures to 468px wide before linking from Photoshop etc. This saves those without fast broadband waiting an eternity for them to load! (all pictures are -re-sized automatically to 468, but the closer they are to that size, the better).
Finally, please remember this is for Infrastructure as in Houses, Runs, Equipment, Interior of Chicken House, Fencing security etc. and not for Chicken Photo's, although I respect they do get in the way !!
VISITORS PLEASE NOTE
Should you see any somewhat scraggy looking Hen's, this is not because they are not well looked after, it's because they are recent arrivals from a Battery Farm. Many Members have rescued Hens.
Thanks, Richard
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Ga
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Post by Ga »

Dumping ground at bottom of garden
Scaffolding platform
Coop with automatic door lifter/closer and gnome
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Post by jo68 »

mum of 5,nanny to 2,2 cats,1 jack russell,6 chickens and a hubby.
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dawncolin
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jetriley
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Chicken coop and play pen

Post by jetriley »

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This the girls playpen and coop
Girls home
My husbands great effort in building this for me and the girls
The veg plot
Bit soggy after yesterdays all day rain, but snuggly buggly in the coop last night.
2 Japanese Akitas, 1 African Grey Parrot, 1 Corn snake, 10 beautiful chooks, several Koi and not forgetting, long suffering husband (Dave)
http://s401.photobucket.com/albums/pp93 ... ey_photos/
Tony22
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Temp accomodation

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Temporary accomodation for my birds
daveindeal
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Post by daveindeal »

ok i promised you photo's of my coop so here goes,
coop (5ft x 4ft + 1ft nestbox)


run (4meters x 2 meters)

painted coop attached to run

run and coop has been made from recycled materials, total cost £60 for bolts, hinges, screws and chicken wire.
Some friends are like a slinky, boring till you push them down the stairs.
http://mongehamestate.blogspot.com/
chicken madness
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Post by chicken madness »



This is when we first built the coop before we added anything, my post above has a album link, this will show you better bigger pictures of what I have now, cost around £300 only because we needed a bigger shed otherwise would have been around £100 excluding chicken coop
AL37
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Post by AL37 »

Well at long last here it is, I am now ready for hens. The free range area needs a bit of mesh here and there but the coop and pen is ready)c(
Coop with my liitle helper
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Enclosed pen
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inside pen (still wants some bits and pieces of environment enrichment)
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Free range area
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[center]Relax, I could have been a twin.[/center]
TURFEY21
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Worth the Wait

Post by TURFEY21 »

Hi all,
Here are the photos of the ladies new coop and run.
I don't know if I am allowed to post a link for you to view my PhotoBucket Album for them?
I am sure someone will let me know)t'
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ihatejacknjills
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Post by ihatejacknjills »

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My run is pretty small but I'm going to extend it soon...
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Easter project

Post by mummyx4 »

Here is the eBay bought run
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and here is the extended version
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(notice the grass loss!)
I share my life with: four beautiful children, two rabbits, two guinea pigs, five chickens (one ex batt) (RIP Esther 4/6/09; Elizabeth 23/6/09), one husband and his seven snakes
Caligula
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Post by Caligula »

In construction.
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Finished Coop
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Self constructed at Approx. £60 for the Coop + £100 for the Run

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