Cordwood chicken coops are springing up all over the country. There is growing interest in raising chickens, gathering eggs and protecting ones flock. Cities are passing "chicken ordinances" (many are allowing three chickens per backyard) and folks are reading about how best to feed, house and care for their fine, feathered friends.

Needless to say, there are some interesting examples of cordwood chicken coops. Here are a few of them.

 Cordwood Chicken Coop

One of my new favorite coops is in British Columbia. It was built by Tasha Hall out of Western Red Cedar. Tasha incorporated many comfort features for her feathered friends.

Cordwood Chicken Coop BC

Tom Huber has a serious skill set when it comes to beautification of a coop. 


nyhcangry
4/9/2016 8:20:33 PM

They re only chickens and they eat there own feces




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