Tired of hunting the web for helpful hints and tips on building your own chicken coop?
Learn How to Build Your Own Mobile
There are a small handful of places online who want to sell you chicken coops. They charge anywhere from $99.95, $149.99, $495.00 and usually even more. In fact, check out this email from a reader... (commenting about some other chicken coop products they had researched just yesterday.)
"Kelson, We also live in a subdivision with a larger yard than most. My son wants chickens and has for several years. So we just ordered the chicks this past weekend. He then started looking at chicken coops on line when we ran across your site. I was shocked at the prices for the eglu and the hen hut. I expected at most two hundred dollars would get me going on a chicken hut. So we are frantic for a less costly solution to storing our chickens in the backyard located within a neighborhood.
Thank you for any input!" - Ruth
Go ahead and take a look at the 2 coops she mentions above, you might be 'SHOCKED' as well. Since some chicken owners have never had the ability or know-how to create a house for their chickens, they are forced to pay these hundreds, and sometimes even thousands to have someone else build and design their coop for them.
Don't buy them. I'm going to show you how to do it all -- and I'm going to give you the step-by-step instructions, and also include detailed photos of each part to make it happen.
Using the Double Decker chicken coop plans ,
I created a mobile, 6-10 chicken coop that can easily be picked up and
moved by two people. And it can fit in even the smallest of backyards
or side-yards. The compact shape and design of this coop also makes it
perfect for fitting in your yard, or garden, so your chickens can fertilize
the ground right under the coop. Read on to find out how, with this 29
Like you, I was having trouble finding good, step-by-step instructions on how to build a coop. I even asked some 'old timers' in my neighborhood. And you know what they told me? "It's a box for chickens, your just put up 4 walls." Well, to me that wasn't quite enough. I'm not a mechanically inclined super-builder, so I needed more information than that. I needed to know specifics, like...
The absolute essentials to include when you build the perches. (What shape they should be, and how many perches you need)
How much space is necessary per chicken in the coop and run so they get adequate exercise and grazing space.
How big to build the coop (what is the smallest it can be to really support your chickens)
And those were the kinds of things I couldn't find out. So I finally decided to design and build my own mobile coop.
And I'm about to show you how I built my mobile, 6 chicken coop, from scratch, in just a couple hours!
Imagine, day after day, being able to move your under tree coop all over, even under any tree in your yard, so that your chickens naturally fertilize your soil or your garden as they forage around for scratch and bugs. With almost no up-keep or repairs required--for years. What an easy way to get healthy, organic eggs everyday! You can have that life. I'll show you how.
To teach you all of this, I've created this Double Decker Chicken Coop Plan Report. It's a knowledge-packed report that will teach you everything you need to build your own chicken coop in step-by-step details.
Just look at the table of contents:
If you've been looking for something that can help you build a larger, mobile chicken coop that'll fit in your suburban backyard or side yard, then this report will help you. It takes you step-by-step through each part of the coop building process, and describes how you can build your own coop - as early as this afternoon. And believe me, I'm a building dunce, so I needed to cover every single step in the process to make sure I got it right. You will be able to follow along as I describe each piece of the process.
If you're serious about raising your chickens in a coop you've built yourself, you will get this report right now and read it today. It's an instantly downloadable, digital book.
Do you want to know what it will cost you to get this incredible coop making information, information that will get you building within a couple of hours?
I know you're thinking... 'Kelson, $17 is quite a bit of money for a how-to ebook.' Am I right?
Well, that's true. BUT - if you honestly looked at the 2 coops I talked about above - the eglu and the henhut - you'd realize that even if you got this digital book and bought all the supplies for this coop, you'd still be under half what they charge for their coops. AND those coops only hold 2 hens.
So... Why Only $17?
I'm only charging $17 for this report, for 2 reasons.
So if you're serious about building your own chicken coop, click the "Buy Now" button below. If you need to justify the expense, skip going out for dinner at your favorite restaurant once this week and it's paid for.
NOW PART OF THE CHICKEN COOP COLLECTION