Building Chicken Coops For Dummies® (Anglais) Broché – 30 juillet 2010
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Présentation de l'éditeur
This practical guide gives you easy–to–follow and customizable plans for building the backyard chicken coop that works best for you. You ll get the basic construction know–how and key information you need to design and build a coop tailored to your flock, whether you live in a small city loft, a suburban backyard, or a small rural farm.
- Includes detailed material lists, instructions, and schematic plans for building a host of different chicken coops
- Step–by–step guidance on how to build a coop or design your own
- Accessible for every level of reader
Whether you re just beginning to gain an interest in a back–to–basics lifestyle or looking to add more attractive and efficient coops to your current flock s digs, Building Chicken Coops For Dummies gives you everything you need to build a winning coop!
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Whether you have a small city loft, a suburban backyard, or a rural farm, this friendly guide gives you easy–to–follow and customizable plans for building a backyard chicken coop. You′ll get basic construction know–how and key information to design and build a coop that′s easy on the eyes and tailored to your flock.
Begin with chicken coop basics determine the necessary features for your coop, add a few amenities, and choose the right location and size
Get set to build your chicken coop figure out the gear and materials you need and get a crash course on basic carpentry skills
Dig into coop construction prepare your coop′s site, create your coop′s skeleton, and include walls, doors, windows, and a roof
Add finishing touches construct creature comforts for your flock, put together a run, and plug in with basic electricity
Check out all kinds of coops follow materials lists, cut lists, and schematic drawings for five different chicken coops
Open the book and find:
The dirt on essential coop–building tools
The carpentry skills you′ll need to construct like a pro
Tips for prepping the coop site
Guidance on adding walls, doors, windows, and a roof
Pointers on building roosts, nest boxes, ramps, and runs
How to add electricity to your coop
Helpful schematic drawings
Fun ideas to trick out your coop
Choose your coop′s best location, size, and style
Gather the gear and materials you need to build a coop
Construct a coop from the ground up
Understand materials lists, cut lists, and illustrated plans
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I must admit I looked for hours on the internet for free coop plans and while there were some cool looking chicken coops out there, nothing I found had the level of detail I needed to make a chicken coop beyond a one or two chicken project. I am not the kind of person who can see a picture of something and make it. I need detailed, step by step instructions which was exactly what this book provided. I really liked the variety of options available since many people may want to select a different size coop than I did and the pros and cons are very honestly listed.
I really can't say enough good things about this book. We found a similar (but not identicle) coop to the one we made for commercial sale and it cost about 5 times what it cost us to make this coop. I am in the process now of painting the coop because I've decided that before I move the chickens in, it's essential that the coop match the house, but all in all this has been a fun family project and I look forward to a new hobby as a result of it. Were we not able to make this coop ourselves, I would not have paid for the commerically available coop and probably would still by debating on whether or not to get chickens.
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