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Chicken Coop Plan Reviews

Chicken Coop Plans make it easier to build your own chicken coop from scratch. By following chicken coop plans you make sure that you are providing everything your chickens need for their new home and you are also creating something that is not an eyesore and will look attractive in your back yard.
There are several Chicken Coop Plans ebooks out there and below I have picked out the two top selling ebooks that offer the best value for money. It is definitely worth the investment in one of these chicken coop plan ebooks as they can save you a lot of money in the long run.
They not only tell you how and where to get the cheapest materials for building your chicken coop,  they also provide a lot of information and tips on how to look after and maintain your flock.
Introducing” Building A Chicken Coop”
 

Easy To Build Plans – Includes color step-by-step plans with scale diagrams and dimensions that anyone can follow Handy expert tips on flooring, roofing, walls, nesting boxes, windows, doors and perches
The focus of this ebook written by Bill Keene is on being well-prepared for your flock before they even arrive on your property. Keene ensures that you consider every issue before you spend any money on birds, feed or equipment.
 
He discusses which species are appropriate for your garden, what they should eat and more specifically, how you should house them. Anyone with basic do-it-yourself tools and a patch of land can follow his instructions.
 
The drawings and diagrams are easy to interpret and the lists of materials and tools needed are very helpful. Keene also appreciates the value of using recycled materials in your chicken coop to keep it  cheap and environmentally friendly.He also encourages responsible husbandry and if you follow his tips, your happy hens will be very productive.
 
He offers plans that cover a small chicken house that houses up to four chickens to one that can house up to 50. There are chicken tractor designs, double story designs, portable barn style designs plus an extra bonus book on how to build nesting boxes for free out of easily accessible material. This ebook offers more choices of chicken coop design than the others and is the most comprehensive.

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 Chicken Coop Video Guide

 This guide is by Dan Kennedy. Not only do you get a written set of plans (so you can print them off and have them next to you while you build your coop), but you also get a video guide that shows you what to do at every step.
Chicken Coop Plans
This is the only set of chicken coop blueprints on the net that includes both written plans and an easy step-by-step, no guesswork required video guide. You Get the Complete Plans for twelve Chicken Coops.
Whether you want a starter coop for four chickens or a larger coop for up to eight chickens, you’ll get the plans you need to create the perfect coop: These coops include a front door, ramp, larger rear access door, perch, nest, and peaked roof.
Also included with your purchase of the complete guide and videos is a free report that will show you how to get started looking after your new chickens!
This book and video series is well presented , easy to follow and offers good value.
 

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2 Comments

  1. I will be moving to a farm soon and my brother and I was talking about having chickens for eggs. He said we would build chicken tractors, if you know what that is. We they are cages on the ground and you just pull them to a new spot every few days so they would have freash grass and dirt to eat. But I’am worried that wild cats and other things would kill the chickens at night. I think a good well made chicken coop would be more full profe. How can you make a chicken coop that way???

    Bill Head

  2. Thanks so much! These are very helpful! I’m not sure if these coops are self contained because I have 2 cats that roam and I want to make sure they can’t get to the chickens. ..

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