This is a great chicken coop for 6
small hens, or 5 medium size chickens (like the Ameraucana), or 4 heavy hens
(like Orpington, Rhode Island)
chicken coops on sale in dallas texas
This coop is our best selling chicken coop !
It shipped UPS nationwide - but this is not a
"manufactured kit", with bags of complicated parts,
where you are expected to follow a long set of
instructions to assemble the thing from scratch.
This is a coop that was fully assembled here in our
back yard; we make them one at a time, especially for
We just removed a few screws for shipping
- It's easy to follow our markings to put it together again.
Each coop has one nest
and three roost bars included
Add one more nest
Some tips about
insulating our coops
Two nests for 6x6 coop;
one nest for 6x3 coop
This is a perfect small coop
for 4-6 chickens
This page was last updated: March 6, 2014
-Shipped nationwide at a very reasonable fee
Our best selling chicken coop- small and nice 3x6 and 38" tall
House up to 6 chickens
Call 214-213-1360 to pick
up your coop today
(ready to ship nationwide too)
If you raise chickens, you know how often your chickens go to unwanted places - eat your favourite plants, or get themselves into trouble. And you wouldn't want your girls to wander into danger!
You should get a "chicken yard" to keep them in an enclosed area where they can still scavenge for bugs in the grass.
It'd be even more convenient if you had a yard that was easily portable!
Predators, like foxes and raccoons tend to dig right at the
spot where the coop meets the ground. You can lay galvanized wire mesh on the ground, along the sides of the coop to keep them out.
However, in our own experience, even though we don't use this method on our farm, no predator has been able to get into any of our
many chicken coops - not even a snake. We do have lots of wild critters though, and we recently lost several prized hens when we forgot to close one of the coops for the night.
Most digging predators cannot dig enough in one night to get under the coop. Just put coops on level ground, and keep
an eye out for developing holes. Move the coop if you see a hole beside it.
If you live in fox, or marten country (fast diggers) then you should use precautions like the wire mesh idea, above.
Our idea of winterizing is to keep the coop warm
and lets plenty of light in!
Please let me know the shipping fee.