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When we expanded our flock, we needed to add more space. Check out how we turned a 8 x 10 shed into a great chicken coop that is cute and functional. We boug…

White DIY Chicken Coop. Functional run with sand floor, DIY chicken feeder, nipple drinker waterer, automatic door opener with door. Twinkling lights for that night time glow

White DIY Chicken Coop. Functional run with sand floor, DIY chicken feeder, nipple drinker waterer, automatic door opener with door. Twinkling lights for that night time glow

I like these poop boards and pop door for my coop.

Thanks goes out to the builders of the original Wichita Cabin Coop for the basic design. Also to the reverse WCC, and countless coops on this sight. Now we have finished our coop in the Great White North, Yey! The build went well, my husband did...

My 15'x15' run has 6 inches of sand and is completely covered by a roof, so up until recently I never had any drainage issues. Then I added a pop door from my Pekin coop into the run, and let my 7 Pekin ducks into the run with my chickens and...

My 15'x15' run has 6 inches of sand and is completely covered by a roof, so up until recently I never had any drainage issues. Then I added a pop door from my Pekin coop into the run, and let my 7 Pekin ducks into the run with my chickens and...

Sand is becoming a very common coop bedding and it's easy to see why. Sand has so many benefits and when used properly, I think it's a bedding that you wont regret using.

Sand is becoming a very common coop bedding. It's easy to see why. Sand has so many benefits. When used properly, I think it's the perfect bedding.

Washed, construction grade sand is a better litter choice for the coop and run than play sand. Manufactured sand should never be used as chicken litter.

For the first two years of my chickening adventures, I used pine shavings as litter inside the coop primarily because they were a common recommendation that was readily available fairly inexpensively. It never occurred to me to use sand inside the chicken coop even though I used sand in the run, ...

This is crazy:Snow-mageddon is on, the Polar Vortex is freezing and your chickens are literally cooped up. Fun, warm days slinging treats in green grasses with my butt planted in a lawn chair enjoying a micro-brew with the chickens a...

My umbrella dusting station for chickens with DIY tips so you can make your own too. Your chickens need dust year around [aroma + pest control] + we show you just how to make sure of it.

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Should you put sand on your chicken coop floor?  Your chickens think so!  Learn why using sand bedding may be the best chicken coop bedding idea you've ever had!  #chickencoop #chickencoopsandfloors #chickencoopbedding

Should you put sand on your chicken coop floor? Your chickens think so! Learn why using sand bedding may be the best chicken coop bedding idea you've ever had! #chickencoop #chickencoopsandfloors #chickencoopbedding

When you have a small chicken coop, but especially a small coop in a SMALL backyard, you need to keep things clean. And it’s important to know how to clean a chicken coop right.

When you have a small coop, but especially in a small backyard, you need to keep things clean. It's important to know how to clean a chicken coop right.

mulch and sand combo for chicken run to help with mud and odor

Ground cover for the run has been my biggest challenge so far in our chicken keeping experience. We started with the wood shavings in the coop (using a deep bedding method as suggested in Keeping Chickens) and a grass run. The grass in the run was gone in less than a week and we ended up with a bare dirt. I covered the run with hay after reading a chicken composting article in GRIT magazine. It was pretty and smelled great. When there was a smell, I turned the hay or top-dressed it with a…