Barnyard Chicken Coop

Our chicken coop is designed with unique features including a rustic sliding door and a planter-roof that not only serves as space to grow herbs, but also provides insulation inside the coop. With a roost, and a screened window for ventilation, the coop will provide a comfortable home for up to three chickens. Handcrafted of rough-sawn Western Red Cedar that is custom-milled by a local, family-owned sawmill. Naturally rot- and insect-resistant cedar will weather to a soft gray and last for many years without maintenance. Planter roof provides insulation and may be used as an herb garden. Sliding door finished with red semi-gloss latex paint. Galvanized wire mesh wall allows air circulation. Sized to comfortably house three hens. Includes one nesting box and one roost. Secure lock provides safety from predators. Planter roof lined with corrugated metal sheets to direct water to drainage slot. Assembly required; instructions and hardware included. Made in USA.
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Review 1 for Barnyard Chicken Coop
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Ellendy
,Santa Cruz
,CA
Santa Cruz CA
February 7, 2014
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Great as a Starter or Holding Coop!
February 7, 2014
I purchased this coop to use as an isolation coop when I introduce new hens to the flock (You have to keep them separate for a month to make sure they are totally healthy.) and, ultimately, as a retirement coop for an older hen or two. It is made of high quality cedar and well laid out with a watertight roof. The planter box keeps it cool in the sun. The red sliding door is attractive and makes for easy access. I especially appreciate that it matches my two primary coops (see below), also purchased from WS. I suspect that this one is made by the same company. If you are making this your primary coop, make sure that the hens can go outside into a predator proof area to forage. Also, when you set this up, lay hardware cloth under paving stones and staple it to the inside perimeter of the coop so that racxoons and such will not be able to get at the hens.
Pros: Quality, Appearance, Versatile, Design
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