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11 Uses For Apple Cider Vinegar Around The Coop

11 Uses For Apple Cider Vinegar Around The Coop We all know that Apple Cider Vinegar can be used in all sorts of ways around the house and garden, but let’s talk about how it can be used to make life with chickens easier! The one thing you might want to do is research the uses for vinegar …

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Permanent Hoop, Chicken Coop Guide

Permanent Hoop, Chicken Coop Guide I love a great chicken coop plan and this is one of the best plans i have seen very sturdy coop and simple to build, The purpose of a chicken coop is to protect chicken from bad weather – hot, cold, wind and rain. In areas where the climate requires a chicken …

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How to build external nest boxes for your chicken coop

How to build external nest boxes for your chicken coop This step by step tutorial for how to build external nesting boxes for a chicken coop is a great addition that can create easy access for gathering eggs without disturbing your chicken flock. Many children that live on a homestead, love the chore of gathering …

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DIY Chicken Coop/Greenhouse Combo

DIY Chicken Coop/Greenhouse Combo The basic design for a chicken coop / greenhouse combo is simple, the more uses a thing or structure has makes it idea if you live on a homestead or are looking to get more in a smaller space. The coop floor is 4 feet by 6 feet, and the greenhouse is …

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Build A Chicken Coop That Looks Like A Train

Build A Chicken Coop That Looks Like A Train If you are looking for an unusual idea for a chicken coop/tractor check out this train engine design. This is so cute, it would look cute in any back yard. It doesn’t look like a chicken coop and it would look pretty neat in the back …

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Portable Chicken Tractor “The Hoop Coop”

Portable Chicken Tractor “The Hoop Coop” Here is a step by step guide of how to build the basic structure for a simple chicken ‘tractor’. Tractor as opposed to Chicken Coop because you can drag it around your yard for the chickens to weed, feed and toil your garden beds for you, so you don’t have to …

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