Gingerbread duck house plans pdf room in coop for approximately 6

May 8, 2018 | Filed in: Simple Chicken Coop Plans Learn How To Easily Build A Chicken Coop Yourself.

Gingerbread duck house plans pdf room in coop for approximately 6 using HINGED ROOF
Have you ever always wanted a couple of ducks of your ?
Would you like to become more self-sufficient but have provided up hope of ever getting your personal backyard ducks because of only a little space ?

Then building this cute Duck House and raising your personal backyard ducks is the solution to your dreams !

EASY Do-It-Yourself
4′ x6′ DUCK HOUSE PLANS
Pdf
(big enough for approximately 6 ducks)

Materials cost roughly $250.
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PDF Plans include:

Detailed Step-by-Step Instructions including full-color progress photographs
Complete Highlighted Cutting Diagrams
Materials List/Cost Estimate
Color photographs from the finished house from various angles

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Plans is going to be available via PDF upon payment.

EASY WEEKEND PROJECT !!!!!

The solid, elevated construction, numerous wire-mesh vents little size get this to coop an appropriate, safe home for the ducks – winter and summer time/rain or shine.

Cleanup is definitely accomplished from outdoors – no crawling within the coop – while using HINGED ROOF access. Three FLOOR-LEVEL NESTING BOXES also having a hinged roof make gathering eggs easy.

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Using just fundamental tools – circular saw, jigsaw, hammer, electric drill/screwdriver, etc. it is simple to build this during the period of a weekend.

Colored a fairly historic brown with white-colored ‘gingerbread’ trim, a cedar plank shingle hinged roof and black barn hinges, a home is attractive in addition to functional. The vinyl linoleum floor inside is able to be engrossed in shavings/straw and combined with the hinged coop roof makes cleaning very simple. With metal mesh air vents and three nesting boxes on walk out also having a hinged roof, the coop creates a is completely safe home for the ducks winter and summer time.

The home measures 4′ x 6′ excluding the nesting boxes – big enough for approximately 6 ducks – and it has three attached nesting boxes (each roughly 12" square) having a hinged lid to gather the eggs without getting to visit inside, side air vents with latching doorways, a latching front round vent along with a locked door having a ramp filled with safety railings for the ducks to go into and out. The home also offers a hinged roof for simple access to clean, refilling water and food.

Made to sit in the large run, you are able to rather easily build a connected pen of your design (proven within the photos although not incorporated within the plans) quietly opposite the hinged roof.

Original plans, created by me in nov 2012.

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Gingerbread duck house plans pdf room in coop for approximately 6 cedar plank shingle hinged roof

Predator-Proof Duck House and Attached Night Pen


Video COMMENTS:

JesusReallyDoesLoveYou dot com: Very nice setup. How many ducks could be comfortable in there? www.JesusReallyDoesLoveYou.com

Lisa of Fresh Eggs Daily: I had six in there, but remember they had a huge run to be in during the day.

JesusReallyDoesLoveYou dot com: That is great, thank you!

Fittay Munh Vines: hmmm I like it….

Mona Lisa: Lisa, do you and your family eat the duck eggs? That's why I wanted ducks. They're heartier than chickens and their eggs are larger and more nutrient dense. We should be getting eggs in about 9 weeks. Thanks for all the great info. I love your channel.

Lisa of Fresh Eggs Daily: Hi there. We do! We love duck eggs. They ARE healthier than chicken eggs and I think they taste better! Lisa

Mona Lisa: Lisa, do you and your family eat the duck eggs? That's why I wanted ducks. They're heartier than chickens and their eggs are larger and more nutrient dense. We should be getting eggs in about 9 weeks. Thanks for all the great info. I love your channel.

Robert Oler: nice build

webbsway: What do you think about those night guard eyes ???

Lisa of Fresh Eggs Daily: +webbsway The best. I highly recommend them.


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