Pine Meadows’ Hobby Farms Easy-Clean Chicken Coop

Pine Meadows’ Hobby Farms Easy-Clean Chicken Coop
Add to Favorites By Jerry Hanson, Pine Meadows Hobby Farm, Oregon In November of 2012, my wife and I found five acres to purchase from our county’s surplus property auction. This farm is a distance of one mile down the road from the 84-acre ranch we had been renting and living in for some years. We closed the purchase on our anniversary. The farm had been abandoned for some years. Some squatters occupied the property and stripped, wrecked, disassembled, and demolished the site. After cleaning up the land and salvaging as much material as I could, I accumulated a pile of usable building material. In addition I had collected other free material and stockpiled it at the ranch nearby for use at a later time. The result was enough material to build a small chicken coop and barn. The total cost of the coop was approximately $235. The tin from a destroyed mobile home on the property serves as a critter-proof coop floor. In fact, most of the building supplies

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