We have been working on a new chicken run for a couple of months now. The end is now in sight and at last I can show you that we are really making some progress.
The chicken wire is unrolled and attached temporarily to the top wire in several places. Obviously, it still needs to be tensioned and attached but we have a much better idea of how the finished product will look.
I hope that by this time next week our chickens will be firmly ensconced in their new home.
We have assembled the coop which we bought online. It was easy to assemble and I think it will be perfect for the girls.
So exciting seeing chooks set up well! Good job.
Thank you. I think it is going to work well.
It is indeed a castle. I am sure your chooks will reward with abundant eggs.
The coop is exactly as shown on the website and was really easy to assemble.
Can I ask where you bought it from as I am keen on having a couple of chooks next year although hubby doesn’t want any but I will have to twist his arm?
This is the site. http://www.mychickencoop.com.au/chicken-coops/premium-chicken-coop
It was simple to order and we had no problems with delivery etc.
Hope you are able to get a couple of chickens. It is definitely worthwhile.
Fairy l have had a huge giggle as we have exactly the same chicken coop!!
We clearly both have good taste! Our girls will hopefully be moving in this weekend. We just need to finish the wire on the run and add the gate (which is being recycled from the existing run).
Thanks for the link to that site. I will check it out.
Hi we have the same chicken coup and be very carefully after having for 7 mth the thing started to fall apart my husband has had to rebuilt bits with stronger wood its not the chickens it the weather 🙂 good luck
We will watch this closely and see how it goes.