Chicken Coop Tour

Here is a preview for the Seattle Tilth’s City Chickens Coop Tour. The tour, featuring nine chicken coops from across the city, is this Saturday afternoon.

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11 Responses to “Chicken Coop Tour”

  1. Does anyone know where one can find a comprehensive video of all the coops? I missed the tour and was hoping to see the photographs/video of this year’s tour.
    Thanks!

  2. TurkishVanChickens Reply March 14, 2009 at 2:30 am

    Nice coop! I think the amount of work required really is dependent on teh type of coop.

  3. Do you have any problems with other people in your city? I want to get some chickens and I know that hens make some noise, but has that ever caused problems?

  4. Hens are not loud enought o be heard by a neighbor, rooster is a different story, But i have roosters that I have never heard crow, then some that never stop :/

  5. Are chicken coops safe from cats and rats? plus does one chicken smell, if you clean it everyday?

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  7. As long as there are no gaps for them to get in. They need a safe and secure place to be at night, a place within the coop to lay eggs (I use Rubbermaid containers), fresh food and water. They also need access to dirt and grass on a regular basis.

    You do not have to clean the coop everyday…I have six chickens and clean it once every couple of months. Sure, the coop inside stinks but not enough to make it an issue for the neighbors.

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  9. At the end he said “chickens are easier than I thought.” So true. I kept telling my husband that I wanted chickens (years back) & that I know how to care for them because my family had them when I was growing up. So, he hesitantly agreed, and it didn’t take long for him to see how easy they are to care for, & all the benefits you get from having them. Now he brags about his chickens (& he is not the farmer type) to people.

    He says with his own words that he loves having chickens.

  10. very cute…

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