We Just Added 3 New Coops…(including a mobile coop!)




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We recently added 3 new awesome chicken coop plans to our collection available to our members.

Here below is the first new addition: “The Mobile Coop”…

If you haven’t read my post from yesterday where I outline the amazing benefits of a mobile coop, read it here.

If you would like to sign up and get access to these new plans PLUS all existing plans, click here to sign up now!

The Mobile Coop

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What Is Included In This Plan?

– Full color plans, ready to print
– 2 measurement metrics (cm/m & feet/inches)
– Step-by-step-instructions
– Complete lists of materials & tools needed

Plan Description

The Mobile coop is designed for 5-8 chickens and offers spacious nesting boxes, an attached run below the coop and the ease and convenience of being able to move around to different locations with just a little help. Only 4×8′, the compact design offers a cute little hut to raise a few chickens in or the convenience of an excellent hot box with to raise chicks! The coop access is accessible with a little access panel in the floor and an easy-to-make ladder.Our full color, step-by-step plans offer you the ultimate in convenience for constructing a rough frame, finishing is up to you! Make it your own with paint, veneers and materials to match your preferences! The mobile coop is excellent for anyone with a hobby peck looking to keep a small amount of chickens safe and secure!

Coop Combo

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What Is Included In This Plan?

– Full color plans, ready to print
– 2 measurement metrics (cm/m & feet/inches)
– Step-by-step-instructions
– Complete lists of materials & tools needed

Plan Description

The Coop Combo combines the coop, run, roost and nesting boxes into a convenient 8×16’ package! The Coop Combo offers a large, 12×8’ coop area, 4×8’ separated storage area, ventilated bottom panels, easy accesses for clean outs and convenient poo pans for waste collecting. Smaller chicken accesses allow for letting your poultry out should you want free-range roaming! Attached nesting boxes offer exterior access for ease in egg collecting. Made of sturdy 2×4 wooden supports, and offering a sturdy scissor truss configuration, the Coop Combo offers plenty of head height as well as over-head storage capacity! Plenty of windows give more than enough light and ventilation, depending on the weather!

If you have small space but want a great starter coop, you cannot go wrong with the Coop Combo! The frame is completely electrical ready and follows all major construction guidelines. Our easy to follow, step-by-step, full-color plan sets will have your birds resting comfortably within a few short days!

Mini Cluckimate

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What Is Included In This Plan?

– Full color plans, ready to print
– 2 measurement metrics (cm/m & feet/inches)
– Step-by-step-instructions
– Complete lists of materials & tools needed

Plan Description

The Mini Clucktimate Coop is excellent when it comes to providing your precious poultry with everything they need! With large, exterior nesting boxes and a respectable 12×9′ floor plan, the Clucktimate Coop is sure to make your poultry farming a memorable and pleasant experience for all! With our unique nesting box design, nesting boxes are exterior, accessible from the outside and easy to clean! No more stooping, hunkering and bending! Simply open the easy access hatch and scoop out the old and put in the new (straw that is)!

Our full color, step-by-step plans are easy to read, simple to understand and they lay out everything you will need to know to build a gorgeous, sturdy backyard chicken house to last a lifetime! With a full top vent and a classical hip roof the Clucktimate Coop is sure to please the eyes and the pocketbook! Don’t pay up to $10,000 for a coop of this caliper! Build it yourself and save, literally, thousands!The Clucktimate Shed plans offer such amenities such as 1) Detailed,step-by-step, full-color diagrams! 2) Details on building simple doors and windows from scratch! 3) A fully enclosed chicken run compatible with the Clucktimate Coop! 4) General instructions on cutting rafters! 5) A full material list (to make shopping easier) and 6) did we mention our full color, step-by-step instructions? Some things are worth repeating!Like any of these new plans?
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7 thoughts on “We Just Added 3 New Coops…(including a mobile coop!)

  1. Hello ,
    Do you or you know of a good company which can build field tractor (Chicken coops) each for 100 meat chicken, we are in the market of atleast 10 units

  2. On the “Mobile Coop”…I noticed that it is up off the ground a couple of inches or more. What is there to keep the critters from getting in there.

  3. I signed up a month ago and for some reason can’t look at the chicken coops again??! Why can’t I look at the chicken coops as many times as I want? Is there a sign in for members or what?

  4. I want to know how far a mobil poultry wagon (chicken coop built on irrigation pipe trailer) can be moved without the chickens forgetting loosing track where home is. If the topography is varied, i.e. meadows, hilltops, ponds, woodlands, all on 125 acre home ranch will they adjust to each area easily in say a quarter mile radius of home coop? Do I have to move it a hundred yards at a time, or are they like bees that can be moved to a totally new location and return to home coop at the end of day?
    gary brothers

  5. I notice that:

    Ken Wampner (above)…

    [September 18, 2013 at 8:01 pm
    On the “Mobile Coop”…I noticed that it is up off the ground a couple of inches or more. What is there to keep the critters from getting in there.]

    …had the same question that I have, but I see no answer to it.

    • Hi there, Meg!

      I’m so sorry – I didn’t realize we had been so lax about answering questions. I apologize. The coop does have a floor which would be predator proof. So you’re using a 4′ x 8′ x 1/2″ sheet of plywood for the bottom of the coop. I hope that helps to clarify things! Thanks, Kim

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