Homesteading-Chicken coop and run setup

How I keep my chickens My backyard coop and run setup. I now have 15 chickens and 2 roosters, see the video response to see an updated video of this coop. The one from redneckresponder

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25 Responses to “Homesteading-Chicken coop and run setup”

  1. buck buck buck buck……lol…5* again!

  2. Lovely coop and run. I particularly like the little tunnel. Ours is nowhere near as well thought out but you’ve given me lots of ideas. Thanks

  3. sujaysukumar123 March 12, 2010 at 4:31 am

    @slmdj – nice place u’ve built there 🙂
    @ chickens – cluck cluck.

  4. rednecktrucker1969 March 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm

    I will be building my first coop this spring.

  5. Buck buck! 10 chicken fingers up!

  6. hey one question how many chickens can a coop hold by every square foot? see im mexican and well tryin to put a chicken coop down here in mexico but i dont know how much i can put in a 12×20 chicken coop and the land is real humide so what material can i use any suggestion

  7. cool coop

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  9. Haha “the axe is self-explanitory”. Hey, the tunnel is a really great idea. I like it.

  10. VampiroDeLaFrontera July 9, 2010 at 10:05 am

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  12. very good job for a first time!!

  13. am he cant lay eggs,or maby he is a she?lol just messing nice set up!

  14. @slmdj how much tax do you pay for the building? Actually making any profit?

  15. MrAlwaysright1980 March 7, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    whats the axe for?

  16. Heck of a nice job.

  17. Wow thats a really nice coop and run man!

  18. Why do you have the fish tank light in the run?

  19. @pepperanne14 Chickens like a little light at night and this one is low wattage. In the winter they need some light to help them lay better.

  20. you really have a nice voice your in the wrong line of work with chickens……

  21. MotherLodeBeth June 19, 2011 at 10:49 pm

    Like your set up but is the fish tank like ok for outdoor use? Like when its raining and there is mositure in the air.  I have an outdoor approved low watt bulb set up.

  22. MotherLodeBeth June 19, 2011 at 10:50 pm

    Like your set up but is the fish tank like ok for outdoor use? Like when its raining and there is mositure in the air. I have an outdoor approved low watt bulb set up.

  23. RedneckResponder June 20, 2011 at 10:09 pm

    @MotherLodeBeth Your set up sounds good. I never use that light anymore since I built the bigger coop. But as a fishtank light it is in a high moisture environment anyway. As long as it doesn’t get a lot of water in the top of it, it will be ok.

  24. I love the tunnel idea! But it is so low, how do you keep the snakes out?

  25. @ZiptieTheDog Never had a problem with them. Just keep the eggs collected and if one comes by during the day my rooster kills them.

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