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David Hess' modified "Gambrel Poultry Plan" coop Gretchen Evans built this beauty using the "Gambrel Poultry"-plan "I finally finished my chicken coop with your plans!!" - Peter Manasse Steve Mauck's beautiful coop
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  • Complete Material List

    You get a detailed material list to print out and take to your local hardware shop… so they can prepare and even saw everything to the right dimensions for you! (it’s like getting a flat-packed coop kit for pennies on the dollar)

  • Step-by-Step Walkthroughs

    Follow my step-by-step instructions to put everything together. Along the way, there will be LOTS of cross-sectional diagrams to help you stay on the right track.

  • Detailed Illustrations

    All my plans are computer-drawn with step-by-step instructions, cross sectional diagrams and full detail illustrations, making it easy for you to envision the final result.

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You Can Build Any of These Amazing Coops...

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Plan #1: Chicken Hut

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This chicken coop plan features built-in roosts, a convenient easy-to-clean nesting box, two large access doors, and a chicken access door you can close as needed. The Chicken Hut has it all!

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The Chicken Hut
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The Poultry Shack Coop
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Plan #2: Poultry Shack

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The Poultry Shack is a throw-back to old times with the seated rafters, shed-style look and full chicken run attached. A large 10x12’ floor plan allows for up to 30 chickens at one time. Sturdy construction allows for electrical installation and insulation for cold weather climates.

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Plan #3: Cluck Carrier

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The Cluck Carrier is the ultimate accessory for anyone with 1-5 chickens. Any other backyard chicken coops cannot compare to the convenience of a Cluck Carrier. With three opening panels for cleaning and easy chicken removal, the Cluck Carrier offers unparalleled ease-of-use. With the optional nesting boxes, gathering eggs has never been easier.

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The Cluck Carrier Coop
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Plan #4: Poultry Farmer

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The Poultry Farmer 2 is small-scale chicken farming reinvented! With enough space for over 100 chickens the Poultry Farmer 2 chicken coop plan has all of the amenities of the poultry farmer such as chicken accesses, full human accesses, cleanouts and convenient nesting boxes. The Poultry Farmer 2 includes a new design, a new look and twice the available space as our original design.

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The Poultry Farmer Coop
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The Wheeler Coop
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Plan #5: Wheeler

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This movable chicken coop is perfect for small spaces. The triangular cross-sectional design is especially popular with chicken owners in the city, allowing the chickens to roam freely inside while not taking up much space. Wheels on the coop make it fully portable.

  • Indoor nesting area with top door access
  • Ample light and ventilation with predator-safe playing area
  • Fully movable with 6 castor wheels
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Or any of the ones included below...

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Olde Shack Coop
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Chicken Fun Run
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Mul-T Chicken Coop
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Chicken Condo
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Gambrel Poultry Shed
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The chicken coop plans I got from you were great! They were easy to follow and the coop turned out to be the envy of all of my friends. I had to modify some of the plans because as you can see I put a different window in it. It was the only one I could find on the net cheep. It was $20.00 other than that I love my new hobby. Thanks so much for giving me everything you promised.

David Hess
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3 Benefits of Building Your Own Coop

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1. Many Ready-Made Coops Are a Complete Rip-Off!
Many "ready-made" coops are shipped or sold to you flat-packed--nothing more than cheap wood cut to the right dimensions and hardware to put it all together.

2. You Choose the Material
If you build your own chicken coop you get to choose high quality materials from your local building supply store instead of paying a premium for ready made coops constructed from low-quality material.

3. Build the Perfect Coop For YOUR Needs
When building your own coop you get to build a coop that suits your needs. Want a coop that's suitable for just 2 chickens? Need a full-sized chicken condo that can hold 25? No problem! You're in charge.

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