While chickens may be “simple” animals, they still like to feel comfortable and part of that comfort involves keeping your chicken coop clean. A tidy house for your fowl will not only make for happier, more productive chickens but will help fight against disease, flies and vermin. Chicken can be messy so how often you have to clean the coop depends on how fussy your chickens are.
How To Build A Coop cover
If you’re been scanning the Internet for a wide array of home or backyard business opportunities, you may have dropped by on a few websites that teach you how to build your own “chicken coop”. I recently visited one website which teaches people who sign-up or register, how to build a chicken coop, and earn considerable income from their home.
When searching for information on how to do proper planning of your new chicken coop you will come across many different chicken coop designs and blueprints. However, many of them are made by amateurs and some can even be dangerous to your chicken. Below are some short points I hope can help you in the right direction…
Perhaps the most important thing for you to consider before building any type of hen-house is the set of chicken coop plans you are relying on to guide you through the process.
Without a set of quality chicken coop building plans from which to work, all kinds of problems can occur, including roof collapses, flooding, and decreased egg production in the winter.
Raising chickens at home is so easy and so much fun!
With a simple plan and some basic poultry supplies such as a guide book, a coop of some sort, a heat lamp for starters, automatic watering can and automatic chicken feeders, starter feed, and lots of love, you can get started just about any time that you can buy chicks.