All of my coops are handmade by me, in America. I use rough cut pine for most of my coops, sawed at a mill down the road from me by a 70 year old man who still works every day. The medium and small coops are built entirely of treated yellow pine, and all of the legs or any wood that touches the ground is treated. For many years I built custom homes, mostly retirement or vacation homes. After the crash of the housing market, I answered an ad looking for a handyman to build a chicken coop. I figured I could handle that, so I took the job. All of my coops are custom made - no two are exactly alike. If you have a feature or design you want in your coop, for example, you want the window trim to match your house, I can build your coop to fit your needs. If you have a picture of a coop you want built, I can build it. All of my coops are sold unfinished, or painted to order.
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This coop has tubs under the roosts to catch the wastes. Add grass clippings, leaves, etc, to make compost.
This coop will house 3-4 hens, and has a garden box, so you could get your herbs and eggs for your omelets, fresh every day.
This box is two and a half feet wide, by five feet long, by two and a half feet tall. It has a hinged lid, a wire floor, and a pole for adjusting the height of your heat lamp. It will hold up to fifty chicks.