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If you raise chickens, you know how often chickens go to unwanted places - eat your favorite plants, or get themselves into trouble. You should get a chicken fence 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 chicken fence that is easily portable! $195 for 7 portable wood posts - with base and 21 spikes, a...
*The last three Pictures are of a bigger coop that we use for our own flocks(Nine hens and 1 rooster share that coop. Those pictures is just to show you how our chickens like their coop!)* These brand new chicken coops are 6 feet by 3 feet (3 feet tall) -that's 18sq ft., houses up to 6 chickens and 4 feet by 8 feet (4 feet tall) - 32 sq ft., houses up to 12 chickens. They're all predator-...
* 8x8: $1272 http://www.ranch-coop.com/big-chicken-coop-for-more-than-20-chickens.html ** 8x12 $1840 http://www.ranch-coop.com/big-chicken-coop-hen-house-for-36-chickens.html All our coops were originally designed at our own family farm to house our flock. We tried them for years to be sure they were durable, convenient to use, healthful, and attractive - to the chickens as well a...
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