Best Movable Coop

 

(WINNER): The Fetzer vineyard troops and their houses. By Jacob Fetzer, Covelo, Calif.

A 16-wheel, chain-link movable coop. By Steve Bachochin, East Liberty, Ohio.

Recycled barn boards and wagon wheels make this chicken tractor weather tight and easy to move to fresh pasture. By Richard Smith, Lawrence, Kan.

Home, sweet home. By Shiloh Bradley, Sperry, Iowa.

A little, red chicken house for six hens. By Robert Ford, St. Louis.

Sorry, we didn't request plans when we ran this photo contest, so no plans are available.





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Steven_20
4/14/2010 5:31:54 PM
I think the coops everyone post on here are great. I just moved onto a small farm and I am starting my own Chickens, I started them in incubators, by the way a great experience. My problem now is building coops and portable coops and having a tough time of it and with no place to turn. I need help can any one help me ?

Barbara Lueders
10/29/2009 7:12:01 PM
I think my portable coop is #1... it is an old 16' Winnebago, The utilities drop down door in back makes a great ramp and I have it fenced off inside so I have a chicken-proof storage area- WORKS GREAT and looks retro too!

Jen_3
11/4/2008 5:23:13 PM
I would love to see the plans for Jacob Fetzer's movable coop. This seems like a easy way to move the hen house around so none of my yard gets to ruined by the chickens. It would be great if I could contact him or vice versa. Thanks - Jen

m_19
4/29/2007 12:32:47 PM
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