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<b>Basically <i>MTV Cribs</i>, Chicken Edition.</b>

21 Positively Dreamy Chicken Coops

I love the clear roof - hens lay more when they get a lot of light...but in summer, I might need a shade to protect them from extreme sun here in the South. - Ginn

chicken coop - love the clear roof. I am pinning this because of the clear roof. I want to do this over my chicken coop to enable my girls to have a relatively dry space in the winter months.

Nice chronological photos of the building process of this Coop Hen House. A review could make any project go easier! #HenHouse www.FreeHenHousePlans.weebly.com

Nice chronological photos of the building process of this Hen House. I love how the laying boxes stick out. I could add outside access to the coop this way!

Surrounded by raised garden beds, this deluxe chicken coop has what it takes to keep chickens safe, healthy and laying fresh eggs: a minimum 4-by-8 foot screened-in run and a 4-by-4 foot critter-proof coop for up to three hens. | Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com

Easy Backyard Chicken Coop Plans

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

Pull-out next boxes - easy to dump and spray clean with the hose.

(sliding plastic trays) a great idea for nesting boxes, you can just pull them out and dump Totally redoing my nest boxes now. what a great idea!

Chicken coop, i don't have a chicken but it would make a nice shed somehow too

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!

Great way to keep track of how many chickens you have and I know from personal experience that kids love farm animals (city kids even more so) so this would be great for them to try guess and memorise the chickens' names

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

Chicken Coop. I would make their yard a wee bit bigger, but this is a perfect chicken coop!

10 Cheap but creative ideas for your garden 8

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

perfectly simple and functional coop

I like the idea of making this little chicken yard detachable to move around where you need it. --The REAL Housewives of Riverton: Build Your Own Chicken Coop - A story of chickens

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