The Little Red Hen Chicken Coop Plans - PDF Download

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Easy to follow plans for the chicken coop pictured.

This is a downloadable PDF file made available automatically by Etsy after purchase.

The pdf file is printer friendly on standard size paper.

Includes 30 pages of comprehensive CAD drawings, detailed 3d diagrams, step by step instructions, material list, cut lists, recommended tools list, and all key measurements and details.

This coop was designed by an experienced carpenter and is constructed to last for many years.

All of my plans are designed and tested by myself from start to finish.

Can be easily modified if desired.

Cost to build averages around $550-$650 depending on your location and your choice of roofing and siding selection.

This coop will hold up to 8 chicken comfortably.

If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase I offer a 30 day money back guarantee.

I also provide free email support if you need help at any point in the build process.

5ft wide x 4ft deep x 6 ft 11 inches tall. Interior height is 5ft at the peak.

The Coop Features:
• 16 square feet of floor space
• 3 large nesting boxes
• Hinged lid for easy egg gathering
• Two roost rails
• Large access door for easy cleanup
• Operable window
• Sturdy construction framing

Feel free to send me a convo if you have any questions!

See my other listings! I have plans for a chicken run and another chicken coop!

Average review
Detailed instructions and clear diagrams. Simple but functional design. Fixings quantities and timber sizes (pounds/inches) can be a little hard to follow if you're not from the US, but more experienced craftspeople will be confident enough to adapt dimensions to International standard sizes. Safe, secure and smart looking in any backyard, this coop will keep your birds happy and healthy.
Aug 11, 2017 by Nick Comer
Plan has a few inaccuracies that are apparent. Could use better illustration of how the lid on nesting boxes should fit for hinges. Otherwise the build went well. This coop will be very heavy so you will have to build it in place of get a bobcat with forks to move it in place (which I did).
May 30, 2017 by johnthom4

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