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Mobile Chicken Coop pt 1

This is a two part series on a  mobile chicken coop that was built from a man who has a business building these.   You ought to see his green house’s too!

Part 1 is the coop  (this post) while Part 2  will tell about the builder.

You got to have one, that’s all there is to it!

Wow, What a neat mobile chicken coop this is!

The Builder can make one just for you.


chicken coop back view (nesting boxes to get eggs from outside)

This is one durable chicken coop that is easy to maneuver because of the big tires and the rope to the left (that you can’t see).   The  outside pen chicken wire isn’t attached yet, so you don’t see their courtyard, but I will add a photo of it  when I get it attached to the coop.  I’m not in a big hurry since they’ll stay inside for a while being only 2 weeks old.  I’m building up an Andalusian flock with more coming.  This coop should fit 10 birds or 7 big ones comfortably.

front view with feed box by door.

Outside feed box

See the feed box to the right?  I  can just pour in the feed for them and it goes to the built in trough inside.   Do you know he can ship them on a train?  You can have one of these  for your laying hens.    He builds them smaller too.  contact info  for prices and more info. on next post.

Inside feed trough

Inside feed trough

I was online trying to find a hen house… I found them in the UK, but not here in the USA.   Was very down and disappointed….  till I found this chicken coop builder…. you’ll meet him in part 2 and see inside photos of the coop.   Check in later this week.Another cat patrolling the chicks in the mobile coop.   It’s very secure and the cats can’t get in!


Here's the attached removable pen

Here's some pullets in the coop pen.

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4 responses

  1. Denise Russell

    hey Lisa,
    The chicks are so cute! And the chicken coop is really impressive! Wow. it is so nice. A little building for your cute chicks.
    Does your cat do anything to the chicks?
    love, Denise

    May 3, 2009 at 9:55 pm

  2. That’s beautiful. Everyone should choose it. I agree with u, Mobile chicken coops are found better in the UK.

    January 5, 2010 at 2:51 am

  3. Soooo ….. when do we get contact
    info and prices from this builder?
    Chuck

    April 21, 2010 at 5:21 pm

  4. Hello Mr. Belitz, just email Elmer at sageland@yahoo.com and he can tell you. He can build smaller ones, probably larger ones too.

    April 22, 2010 at 8:40 am

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