A Cheap Chicken Coop-4 Factors Your Can't Afford To Ignore

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If you want to build a cheap chicken coop, as many people are doing nowadays for obvious financial and environmental reasons, you will need to consider 4 major factors.

The benefits of building your own chicken coop are many and in this article I will look at 4 factors that you will need to consider.

These factors include the protection of the birds, the size of the coop, the protection that it affords the birds and it's appearance. This article will look more closely at these factors and allow you to build the best chicken coop for you.

Factor 1-Size
The size of your coop will be determined by the number of birds that you want. It is better to err on the larger size as the birds will need adequate space to ensure their wellbeing and productivity.

Factor 2-Portable or Fixed
You may be satisfied with a portable coop which will allow you to move it around for cleaning purposes and if you think that the birds will also be family pets.

Factor 3-Protection
The sturdiness of your coop and its ability to withstand predators is a factor to consider seriously and the erection of a protective fence around the coop will be necessary in some locations.

Factor 4-Appearance
The appearance of your coop will sometimes be a major factor depending on your location. Many people in rural areas will not be too particular about this but for town or city dwellers you will need to consider this and it will impact on your costs.

To build a cheap chicken coop there are other factors which you will need to consider including sourcing the correct materials and a good set of plans and instructions.

http://BuildingAChickenCoopFast is a dedicated informational site to help people to build or source a cheap chicken coop. It is packed with the other factors you need to think about for your project and looks at chicken raising and chicken coops in greater detail. Stop by now.

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John O'Toole is a smallholder on the west coast of Ireland..who is a prizewinning chicken breeder and has practiced self sufficiency long before it became popular.

He also builds his own sheds for use around his windswept holding and is a keen diy man who has discovered the cheapest way to self sustainability through tough experience.

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