Portable Chicken Coop

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My kid could have her own little gypsy caravan playhouse! Don't think it's big enough for a gypsy wedding dress. My kid could have her own little gypsy caravan playhouse! Don't think it's big enough for a gypsy wedding dress. Build A Playhouse, Playhouse Outdoor, Wooden Playhouse, Boys Playhouse, Playhouse Ideas, Gypsy Caravan, Gypsy Wagon, Cubby Houses, Play Houses

Gypsy Caravan Playhouse | Handmade Charlotte

How cute is this gypsy caravan playhouse from French shop Castorama? Love!

A simple, collapse-able tractor that can be folded flat for off-season storage! Great for the biddies’ daily walkabout when they can’t roam the garden (i. between planting and harvest). Backyard Chicken Coops, Chicken Coop Plans, Building A Chicken Coop, Chickens Backyard, Chicken Coup, Chicken Runs, Farm Chicken, Keeping Chickens, Raising Chickens

Collapse Able Chicken Tractor

[ATTACH] This is a simple, collapse-able chicken tracor that anyone can make (and on a tight budget too!). It can be made from PVC, wood or whatever you can think up!

COOP: Seems a waste but nevertheless.here's a coop made from a vintage Shasta trailer. Chicken Coup, Chicken Runs, Chicken Chick, Chicken Ideas, Keeping Chickens, Raising Chickens, Pet Chickens, Chickens Backyard, Fancy Chickens

Its a chicken tractor! Note the wheels and handles... this thing can travel the yard just like a pop-up would! Great repurposing!

Chicken Coop - Chicken tractor: fits 50 meat wide 210 Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch. Backyard Chicken Coops, Chicken Coop Plans, Building A Chicken Coop, Diy Chicken Coop, Chickens Backyard, Chicken Feeders, Chicken Ideas, Chicken Barn, Chicken Runs

Short term use coops for meat chickens? Need coop advice!

We are looking to raise 4 small flocks of 25-50 Cornish X roos for meat this summer. The first two will be 2 weeks apart to allow us to get our butchering...

Being a pastured-based, grass-fed operation has many advantages in terms of protection of the environment, healthiness of our meats, sust. Mobile Chicken Coop, Backyard Chicken Coops, Chicken Coop Plans, Building A Chicken Coop, Chickens Backyard, Chicken Feeders, Hoop House Chickens, Chicken Pen, Farm Chicken

Chicken Tractor

Being a pastured-based, grass-fed operation has many advantages in terms of protection of the environment, healthiness of our meats, sustainability, and protection of heritage breeds. One of the major components of this operation is our pastured-poultry operation using our chicken 'tractors', mobile chicken coops on wheels. The beauty of these coops is that they allow us to move the birds around the pasture evenly distributing manure and helping to keep our pastures fertile and clean. Mesh…

Learn how to use old, discarded (free!) pallets to build a chicken tractor, reducing your carbon footprint and making your chickens happy!Here's the video version: What Is A Chicken . Chicken Pen, Chicken Cages, Chicken Lady, Chicken Houses, Chicken Ideas, Pet Chickens, Raising Chickens, Chickens Backyard, Bantam Chickens

Turn Old Pallets Into a Chicken Tractor!

Turn Old Pallets Into a Chicken Tractor!: Learn how to use old, discarded (free!) pallets to build a chicken tractor, reducing your carbon footprint and making your chickens happy!Here's the ~9-minute video version: What Is A Chicken Tractor?A chicken tractor is a movable chicken cage, all…

When ever someone would like to raise chickens, it's smart to make certain they build a coop which meets their own needs. Be sure you locate the best blueprints to be able to make your own. Cute Chicken Coops, Chicken Coop Plans, Building A Chicken Coop, Types Of Chickens, Raising Chickens, Feed Trough, Portable Chicken Coop, Cedar Shakes, Chicken Tractors

Chicken tractor/portable coop

Someone mentioned chicken tractors/portable coops. I made one from an old trailer that was no longer road worthy. $1 studs, windows from Habitat ($5 each), closout shingles, and on sale OSB. One 'expense' was the cedar shakes for the siding to make it look decent as it is on the side or in front of the house. Still have some painting to do. I've uploaded a photo and will try and attach it to this post if the computer Gods are with