Urban chicken coop

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Build your own chicken coop! This modern style chicken coop is narrow in footprint to fit most anywhere, and looks great in urban to country backyards. This chicken coop fits 2-4 chickens, and has a built in egg box and run. It's easy to clean and feed and water. The coop is fully covered to stay dry, with options for shade and sun. This is a free, diy chicken coop plan - complete with step by step diagrams, shopping and cut lists and build video from Ana-White.com

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The Coop |The Art of Doing Stuff Diy, Urban, Interior, Gard, Tuin, Kota, Chickens, Garten, Hen House

Update: It's been YEARS now since I got these, my original chicks. And I've added several new ones to the flock including some Marans, an Ameraucana and some F2 Olive Eggers! It's here. The Coop. 4 months ago my boyfriend presented me with a cardboard box full of baby chicks. 3 months ago I started to build...Read More

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“Martha Stewart said it best: Chickens just give, give, give, and there’s nothing bad about them," says Nicole Richie, who became the owner of five birds about three years ago. "They are the easiest animals to take care of, they are so much fun for kids, and they just give me beautiful colored eggs every day.” | archdigest.com Outdoor, Nicole Richie, Urban, Play, Architectural Digest, Hollywood Star, Urban Chicken Coop, Fancy Chicken Coop, Nicole Richie Style

“Martha Stewart said it best: Chickens just give, give, give, and there’s nothing bad about them," says Nicole Richie, who became the owner of five birds about three years ago. "They are the easiest animals to take care of, they are so much fun for kids, and they just give me beautiful colored eggs every day.” | archdigest.com

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