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via La Maison Boheme: Chicken coop made of recycled materials. Coop door cut into old Victorian bed frame.

via La Maison Boheme: Chicken coop made of recycled materials. Coop door cut into old Victorian bed frame.

Do it yourself Chicken Tractor Plans Chicken Coop Organic Farming avec une boite et structure bois autour

Do it yourself Chicken Tractor Plans Chicken Coop Organic Farming avec une boite et structure bois autour

Coops Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2

Coops Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2

Peck-It-Clean Veggie Feeder for Chickens 10 x 16 par TheGardenCoop

Peck-It-Clean Veggie Feeder for Chickens, 10" x 16", Black – Includes Grid Panel, Cord, Toggle, and Cable Ties

Peck-It-Clean Veggie Feeder for Chickens 10 x 16 par TheGardenCoop

From Playhouse to Chicken Coop

From Playhouse to Chicken Coop

Construire un poulailler pour le bien-être de nos poulettes Un logement sain & des poules en bonne santé

Construire un poulailler pour le bien-être de nos poulettes Un logement sain & des poules en bonne santé

Clever! Starts with a carport cover that could house a few goats, rabbit cages, or chickens.

Clever! Starts with a carport cover that could house a few goats, rabbit cages, or chickens.

This is a rooster, he is a male chicken. A female chicken is called a hen.

This is a rooster, he is a male chicken. A female chicken is called a hen.

The Differences Between Ameraucana and Easter Egg Chickens: There are only 3 breeds of chickens that lay colored eggs other than the typical white and various shades of browns. I say ‘breeds’ loosely, as only two are actually recognized breeds; the Ameraucana and the Araucana. The third is known as the Easter Egger Chicken. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Differences Between Ameraucana and Easter Egg Chickens - Homesteading and Livestock

The Differences Between Ameraucana and Easter Egg Chickens: There are only 3 breeds of chickens that lay colored eggs other than the typical white and various shades of browns. I say ‘breeds’ loosely, as only two are actually recognized breeds; the Ameraucana and the Araucana. The third is known as the Easter Egger Chicken. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

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