This is a large chicken coop, designed to house 12-18 chickens. It has a footprint of 96″ x 48″, and stands about 6 feet tall at the peak.
It has a convenient drop down side, so it can be easily cleaned.
|Recommended Tools||Miter Saw, Impact Driver, Staple Gun, Reciprocating Saw or Jig Saw, Circular Saw or Table Saw (to cut your plywood), Kreg Jig (optional), Measuring tape, pencil, eye & ear protection, Wood Glue|
|Materials||4x4 posts, 2x4's, 2x2's, plywood siding, OSB plywood, 1x2's, roofing, screws, window bolts, hinges, paint|
|License||This plan is property of Natalie Dalpias, www.thecreativemom.com - Please do not reproduce, share, alter these plans, or claim as your own.|
|File Types||33 page PDF with cut list, supply list, step by step instructions, and photos|
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How much does this cost to build based on your plan?
Prices depend on location and quality of supplies. But this coop cost about $500 for me to build.