Clance McDonald on May 1st, 2012

Just recently Bill Keene launched his new chicken coop plans eBook entitled Building a Chicken Coop.  It’s great to see a new product out there especially one that is so complete and thorough,  This particular product has 3 very detailed chicken coop plans which includes a small mobile coop, a medium sized one and a [...]

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Clance McDonald on December 25th, 2011

My Sister in law decided to take her flock of bantams from 3 to 5 just recently so they had to revist their chicken coop plans and increase the space of the chicken coop. They normally let the chickens roam free in the back yard and they put them in the coop over night but [...]

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Clance McDonald on November 26th, 2010

I have three Old English Game bantams. I bought them as Layers and it took a while for them to get laying, but when the time and season finally came, my lovely little girls started leaving me the most dainty eggs. It felt like a millennia, from when I picked them up and took them [...]

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Clance McDonald on November 25th, 2010

My next door neighbour has just finished building a chicken coop. It is in the front yard of his house and the thing I thought was most interesting about his chicken coop plans was that the chicken run section did not use any traditional fencing. No pickets, no chicken wire. Instead, he made a barrier [...]

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Clance McDonald on May 22nd, 2010

While many towns across the nation are changing their laws to permit residents to keep some chickens, some are resolutely refusing. Even if your town allows some chickens, your neighbors might not be so welcoming. In these examples, those who need to keep some hens will have to look at Chicken Coop Designs that can [...]

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