Surrounded by raised garden beds, this deluxe chicken coop has what it takes to keep chickens safe, healthy and laying fresh eggs: a minimum foot screened-in run and a foot critter-proof coop for up to three hens. Photo: Matthew Benson t
I love this chicken coop. It is great for a smaller yard and just a few chickens. It is also attractive and practical. I grew up with chickens in the back yard and fresh eggs in the morning. This coop would make having chickens again that much nicer!
This family didn't stop at designing their own chicken coop—they added DIY decorations too. Bonus: The cute "on the farm" sign lists the names of all its feathered residents. Get the tutorial at Redeem Your Ground, and learn more about the coop's desig
Love it! I'd do without the planter though, and make the coop a bit bigger (the whole thing bigger, actually). That would be so much nicer than trudging through chicken poop to get the eggs. xD Cedar Chicken Coop & Run with Planter