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Building Your Own Chicken CoopsIf you’re reading this, you probably already are very aware of the benefits of owning and maintaining your own chickens.  You’ve probably already known that the average chicken lays over 260 eggs a year, and that can lead to over FIVE THOUSAND eggs for your family per year.

You already know the positives.  Knowing all that, maybe what has stopped you in the past was worrying about the cost of buying a chicken coop, or the complication of how to build a chicken coop, such as coop materials, insulation, lighting, ventilation, nesting boxes, perches and predators protection and perhaps the upkeep for the chickens themselves.

Believe me, building your own chicken coop has never been easier and has got even easier with the introduction of our Do-It-Yourself (DIY) building chicken coop guides. This is the greatest fun you and your family could ever experience. And, thanks to us, it could all be set up in a short time, even by newbies.

You could choose a plan that best suits you depending on your location, the size of your family, your needs, environment and amenities.

We have got all the information and tools you need to help you make the best choice and get the most convenient coop for you and your family. We provide coops of various capacities, configurations, shapes and colors…

DIY chicken coops are a way to eliminate the costly expense of the pre-made standard coop and with our DIY Chicken Coop Plans, you could easily remove all the obstacles of owing your own chickens.

The DIY chicken coop plans you are about to see are one of the best possible options for anyone who wants to build a DIY Chicken Coop.   The reason we are one of the best provider of chicken coop plans available is simple- THE POWER OF CHOICE.

You know better than anyone what sort of plan will suit your needs, and we can help you find the perfect plan for you. With a wide variety of  plans to suit your choice of brood numbers, our plans have you covered.  Take for example one of our smaller coop plans below:

The above coop plan  is the smaller, simple coop for just a few chickens and holds between 3 and 5  chickens  perfect for those just getting started. We have several of the smaller, ’starter’ coop plans for beginners, or those that just want to house just a few of their chickens.

For the more ambitious, we have plenty of medium to large plan options available as well.  Our larger coop plans can hold dozens of birds.  This great selection goes  all the way up to our larger coop plans, for example:

This coop plan  can hold up to between 35 and 40 birds; great for those with larger families, or those that really want to get the most possible bang for their buck. In addition, get our package to learn:

Whatever coop plan you choose, we guarantee the best coop plans to have great success raising your chickens.  Our plans will help you build coops of the highest quality, predator-proof, affordable and attractive. When it comes to breeding chickens, the type of coop is essential. Below image is just some snapshot of our DIY chicken coop plans.

What’s more, you’ll have access to every one of these plans, ALL 22, for the incredibly low price, you’ll discover more on:

You may be asking yourself, does it really matter just what style of coop I get for my chickens?  Wouldn’t any sort of pre-fabricated coop do?  In a word-  NO!   Chickens laying behaviors are affected by all sorts of things, and the type of coop is chief among those.

The average chicken lays about five eggs a week in the proper environment.  With that being said, the style, size and design of their coop is of the utmost importance. That’s the best part of being able to custom design your own coop.  It means YOU are in control of the design and size of the coop based on your needs.

Often, pre-fabricated coops are either not strong enough or roomy enough for… Read more…

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