Any interesting garden sheds out there???


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Hi,

Wow Gemma; chicken coop indeed; it's a chicken five star hotel and your chickens will never want to leave home. It looks gorgeous; a lot of thought has gone into its design and the construction is excellent; I'm very impressed indeed; if this is the way you treat your chickens your main home must be a palace. Thanks for sharing. :):):)

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They certainly look happy - no wonder! I'd love to keep chickens. Maybe one day :)
 
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Hi,

Wow Gemma; chicken coop indeed; it's a chicken five star hotel and your chickens will never want to leave home. It looks gorgeous; a lot of thought has gone into its design and the construction is excellent; I'm very impressed indeed; if this is the way you treat your chickens your main home must be a palace. Thanks for sharing. :):):)

Kind regards, Colin.
Aww @Colin, thanks for the kind words!
We had to do a lot of research: predator control, proper ventilation, insulation, lighting etc but what took the longest time, was preparing and setting the Cedar logs. ...as for my house, it's always clean and neat, but definitely not a palace! We renovate indoor once the outdoor is done, lol if that's even possible.
 
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They certainly look happy - no wonder! I'd love to keep chickens. Maybe one day :)
My idea of keeping chicken would be to let them roam free, but I live on predator central, they wouldn't last a whole day out there
I'm not sure mine know they're chickens, they hatched in an incubator and moved to my basement as soon as they were dry, I kept them indoor (confined) until the coop was done, and treated them as you would any other house pet. I gave them names and they come when they hear calling!
This was their very first home
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