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Finally!
An All-In-One
Chicken Coop & Brooder
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It has been one of our dreams to create a single structure 
in which to raise baby chicks that also houses young chickens 
(which are more active and playful). It needed to be Multi-Purpose. Portable, so it would be easy to move to fresh grass. Warm, so the chicks would be nurtured to maturity. Lastly, it had to be able to "grow with the chicks" - with nesting boxes and plenty of space for the young chickens to roost.
Here is our dream come true...
  We call it our 
"Brooder Coop" 
We would love to share with you some of our experiences with raising chickens and ducks -
 from newly hatched chicks/ducklings all the way to laying hens and adult ducks.
​Step 1.  These two places are where we usually get chicks. we're quite happy with them.   You can order 25 chicks (pullets - all girls) for around $60~$70, including shipping, depending on which breed and where you live. You can check it out for yourself by clicking on the blue "HERE" buttons, below.
A.​ Ideal Poultry Breeding Farms, Inc.
      215 W. Main St.
      Cameron, TX 76520 

   You can click HERE to check what 
    they have.
B. Mt. Healthy Hatcheries Inc.
      9839 Winton Rd.
      Mt. Healthy Ohio 45231​

   You can click HERE to check what 
   they have.
Step 2.  Put in pine shavings and light, like Pat shows in the video. With this BROODER COOP you can easily rear around 50+ chicks.
Step 3.  When the chicks are 4 weeks old, they can move to the ground level. There are three  cedar walls for weather protection down there. For the breeder who wants a large flock of chickens, both levels can be used for baby chicks.  Just add a light at the bottom for added warmth. 
Step 4.  A couple things to think about when your
                         BROODER becomes a COOP. 
      A comfortable living space is 3 sq ft. per
             average chicken (as most books recommend). 
             This 4 x 6 and 5 feet tall coop houses 8-10 chickens, depending                 on the mature size of your chosen breed.
            If you wish to raise a big flock of chickens, 
              we recommend one of our large coops listed below.
 Most of our coops are modular, so you can expand as needed. 
4 ft tall ALPHONSE COOP    
     8x4      8x8
    8x12     8x16
  5 ft tall LOUIS COOP   
      4x10  
      4x20
      4x60

They are all 4 feet deep, 
designed so the user can 
reach anywhere inside the coop, from those full-sized doors.




           In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice;  in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation.     Psalm 5:3
 In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice;  in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation.   

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This page was last updated: June 19, 2017
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