The rope for the chicken's door can be seen in the photo above. By making a heavy door and attaching it to a rope and pulley, operation from outside the coop is simple - pull rope, hook on peg and the hen's are free.

The rope for the chicken's door can be seen in the photo above. By making a heavy door and attaching it to a rope and pulley, operation from outside the coop is simple - pull rope, hook on peg and the hen's are free.

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11 Snazzy Chicken Coops for Backyard Poultry Farmers

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a step by step tutorial on BackYardChickens.com to build this Williams Sonoma knock-off. I love BYC.com!

a step by step tutorial on BackYardChickens.com to build this Williams Sonoma knock-off. I love BYC.com!

frog gives the hairy eyeball  from http://awaytogarden.com/slideshow-and-podcast-august-gratitude-list

slideshow and podcast: august gratitude list

frog gives the hairy eyeball from http://awaytogarden.com/slideshow-and-podcast-august-gratitude-list

My Peep Coop ~ It won a prize in the Chicken Chicks coop contest :)

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Plans for this automatic Chicken Feeder- keeps the feed clean and other birds from coming in and eating your chicken's feed

Plans for this automatic Chicken Feeder- keeps the feed clean and other birds from coming in and eating your chicken's feed

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