Making a safe shelter for your flock is important

  • Animals
  • Saturday, 23 Apr 2022

A good coop will protect the chickens from sneaky predators and bad weather. Photo: Chris Lesley

Chicken coops can be a bit of a conundrum for a first-time chicken keeper: Buying one seems too expensive, while building your own feels too daunting.

However, building your own coop, besides being much cheaper, also allows you complete freedom to design and build a coop that meets the exact needs of your flock and your family. It’s the most reliable way to make sure your coop is big enough and sturdy enough to keep your hens safe and healthy.

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