If you want to get your chooks off the ground, then a two story chicken coop or a two level chicken coop is the way to go.
Some plans would be handy! Two Story Chicken Coop provides a selection of chicken coop plans for the home handy person who wants to build a chicken coop in the backyard.
1. Building A Chicken Coop
A two story chicken coop or a two level chicken coop is one way for getting your chooks off the ground.
Bill Keene provides a plan for the do-it-yourself enthusiasts who want to build their own chicken coop.
The Hampton Coop Plans is a two level design that gets the chooks off the ground so that they can nest in a dry and warm spot. Bill’s chicken coop building plans come in both metric and imperial (English) measurements.
2. Chicken Coop Guides
Your chooks will love you for a nice, dry, warm place to nest and bed for the night.
John White has a selection of chicken coop guides that will get your chooks off the ground and into a dry and warm nest. Happy chooks means more eggs for breakfast!
John has set his plans to both metric and imperial (English) measurements for a world-wide audience.
3. Chicken Coop DIY Guides
There are several chicken coop plans that will help you to get your chooks off the ground.
Chicken Coop DIY Guides is a selection of chicken coop blueprints. The backyard homestead is one design that will get your chooks into a dry and warm nesting place.
For the do-it-yourself handy person, these designs are easy to follow with step-by-step instructions.
These plans however only come in imperial (English) measurements.
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