A customer called a few weeks back and wanted a church chicken coop. Well, I started on the steeple, but she ended up cancelling the order. I was intrigued with the thought of a church for Easter and went ahead and finished the project for our own property. I had a guy in Houston make a stained glass cross and that was a great addition. The wife is really happy with it!
We used LP Smartside on this coop for the siding. If you're planning to paint your coop, this product comes already primed and ready for paint.
Yes, that’s my son in the last pic.
This is our largest coop and run combo yet. The coop is 8x16 and the attached run is 8' wide and 32' long!
an these are some great pics taken by the customer and sent to me.
We built this for a Bed and Breakfast Inn. The size is 12' wide by 14' deep and 12' high. The double French doors and large windows bring in lots of light.
Here's a 6x6 Cottage style coop with 8x6 run area. The siding is locally milled Texas cedar with the natural edge.
This is a custom coop. A little different than we normally do, but I liked the way it came out. It's an 8x10 coop and 12' at the peak with 8x10 run...
Here I will post some of our recent deliveries.
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