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Chicken Coop Ideas. A tour of Becky's chicken coop designs.
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MadMetalManiac74: fully enclosed runs are A MUST! never build a run with an open top. you'll learn the hard way when you wake up one morning to see your entire flock taken by predators. ask me how I know . also burry the wire about a foot under the surface of the ground to keep them from digging under it.
Ken Dire: Becky I watch a lot of your blogs but I just have to add some things to this one.\n\n1. You must not have any predators or a guard dog. In most place the types of coops you have the raccoons, possum, coyotes, fox etc. would make quick dinners of your chickens.\nWe have a saying in my neck of the woods. Chicken wire keeps chickens in and nothing out. Raccoons WILL chew through chicken wire and I've seen coyotes and dogs do so as well. I've seen it done numerous times and have had it happen to me. The night time shelter needs a much heavier gauge wire.\n2. Your coop for your adult hens. Again in this area and I suspect most areas of the country the predators have multiple ways in. Over the fence, under the fence through the gap above the door.
The Jack Belgarde Show: Becky I must say, you are very inspiring person you have inspired me to have a chicken coop in my back yard and, well call me crazy but when I am much older I want to live on a farm like you I am 13 years old and will always keep that as one of my passions.Keep making videos from jack
AdjaninClara: these coops, although light and easy to build, are not predator proof–everything wants to kill chickens or eat their eggs…
moviemakerwannabe: But the coop is more to keep predators away from the chickens than to restrain the chickens from straying. How do those coops protect them? We've had raccoon's and other predators tear those kinds of coops apart.
Happy Cluck: I love your videos and homestead! I do have one question – although the coops are great and I plan on using your plans to build a run for my fenced in raised garden beds, none of the coops in your video looks very predator proof. A raccoon or possum could easily climb up and over the fixed fence and the walk-in coop/hen house (which I like a lot!) seems like anything could walk up in there and feast on your chickens at night. I didn't see any real door at all. I have a simple, nothing fancy walk-in house and coop, but we have had to do so much to it to keep predators out, including snakes. We had to cover the run area to keep out hawks, raccoons and possums, reinforce the door because raccoon are very strong and crafty and finally my husband dug a 12" trench all around the bottom of the fenced and covered run and laid hardware cloth/wire because critters were digging their way in – including a skunk! What are your thoughts?
Denise Bunting: great idea for nesting boxes…thanks
Julia Bentley: Almost everyone of my chickens can and do fly over the fence….they even roost high in the trees.
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