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Chicken coop from swing set frame!
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[Evelyn Laird] - Add something to shade the sun on hot days and shelter from rain on wet days....and it will just fine...for the day time....
[Linda Fuentes Brida] - Thought of you Lesley McKillop Henriquez :)
[Samantha Ward] - Jerry Ward we could also do a greenhouse with one too.
[Monique Slatter] - Joy Joy Alberdi-Maxwell
[Ann Sawyer] - how cool is that need, i need one of them to protect me plants from the girls
[Ruth Conrad] - I think they need some shade and a place to roost.
[Wendy Green] - Valerie Spofford Tilley you could do something like this for your babies or would the animals have to easy of access to them
[Brenda Melnychuk] - many do now allow this I hear - but where???
[Overton Sheila] - Too easy for dogs or other animals to get to the chickens?
[Karen Jo Agnello] - nice idea, but definitely not bear proof :)
[Kathleen Cook Mulvehill] - Melanie Mosesman Taylor This made me think of you.
[Rita Ramirez] - That would be great to keep.the bugs of your garden
[Kelly Coyote-Hunt] - Love it! Melissa Ricci, now we just have to work on Davenport allowing chickens!
[Leanne Robertson] - Hey this would work for a Dog Run too!
[Wendie Kizer Hood] - Lorna Helmig - not sure this is sturdy enough to keep out your coons and other critters, but pretty cool.
[Jesse Vanhoose] - Michelle Zindorf
[Lynne Luneski] - This is a great idea however, I have bears, coyote, etc... by me and they would not stand a chance......
[Lise Rene] - That might make a great greenhouse frame, too.
[Marissa Den Dulk] - Randi Colone here's an easy one to start with!
[DavidandJodee Adams] - Gina M. Larson here ya go!
[Celina Burnett Alderman] - It definitely is easier than I imagined!!!
[Bonnie Gribble West] - An outside play yard~not coup.
[Sharon Shields-Davidson] - that's a good idea
[John Thomas] - Love it. So eay.
[Suzie Hawkins] - Love it...love North Carolina! :)
[Suzi Caskey] - Melissa Herzing : )
[Brenda Wright] - Great idea! Thanks for sharing!
[Dean N Linda Powell] - Did this way back when........
[Susan Rand] - First thought: big-kid crib. lol
[Misti Smith] - Jimmie Smith check this out.
[Marie Culle] - make sure you put a chain and padlock on the gate Birds are very clever to get in and they can peck the hens eyes, as they raid for the seeds. Be Warned. just a tip of safety :)
[Jeremy Carreiro] - Could also be turned into a green house!
[Char Biddle] - Nice light weight movable coop.
[Honey For-real] - Laura Kelly McWhorter
[Casey Sullivan Phillips] - Shirley Knott ... this is the page I was telling you about ... if you go there and like it, these ideas will pop up on your news wall
[Sammy Te Nahu] - Norman Hapuku Te Nahu is this what your gunna make uncle??! its awesome!!
[Brenda J. Thacker] - How do you keep out the predators? They can dig right under that or maybe even go through that flimsy fencing.
[Colleen Bullied] - My chickens roam the yard from sunup to sundown but do like it if we were away.
[Marlene Brubaker] - any thoughts on this Brian Yukna ?
[Bonnie Fletchere] - Jodie Fletchere-Davies we could make this :)
[Mary Hurst] - Right--this will really keep the bears out --
[Val Lynn Scudder-Trudell] - Here you go Dana!! And Rob wouldn't even have to build it!!! LOL
[Brian Yukna] - it is pretty cool Marlene Brubaker....but I think they need a little more room to roam....until you have chickens, it is impossible to know how individual they are...they remind me a lot of my cats...some are skittish, some are like lap chickens, I would love to try and train our little bantam to be potty trained, she is friendlier than most cats and dogs I know and would sit on your lap for hours
[Brian Yukna] - of course, next to the factory farming of chickens, this is paradise
[Ricky Rikesh] - Roberta Mac Giolla Phádraig
[Anni Cariad] - Needs some shade, chickens are forest creatures and like/need shade and shelter from the rain.
[Tobey Nause] - there is an enclosure in the back
[Ben Jollans] - thought it was a see through dwarf tent at first
[Jena Glenn] - Yeah, this is a great little chicken run if you're in a neighborhood. It would be pointless in the country, but in my cul-de-sac it would do very nicely.
[Angela Lynn Wolfe] - I have never seen so many negative comments, good grief. It is a cute idea.
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[Denis J. Beale] - Hmmm, I was all ready to start building a "child coop".
[Erica Mignano-Gogliuzza] - Kathy Walters Gogliuzza
[Dawn Thornton] - This could be a great frame for a greenhouse as well.
[Roberta Mac Giolla Phádraig] - Very clever Ricky!
[Shirley Thornton Graves] - I wonder if a person could also make a small greenhouse?
[David Lowenadler] - That is the best way to cook chickens
[Julie Mc] - Wish I'd thought of this!
[Sherrie Lewis Graeter] - Looks great, great idea also, but remember Chickens are birds and they do like to Perch! So a bar across this would be great too!
[Peckerwood Johnson] - Add plastic and it could be a green house!
[Deaun McNeely] - What great ideas!
[Rouve Forbes] - chooks and a cleaver chick !!!
[Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Panhandle ReStore] - Would be great for gardeners in deer country, like us, too.
[Candace 'Cole' Smith] - done it!!!! got one! works even better on wheels!
[Patti Singletary] - check zoning laws in your area
[Clark Shackelford] - Wow, but then chickens rule, right?
[Chicka Dee] - kinda small but easy enough to drag to more grass I guess.
[Nancy Lantz] - Make it bigger and have a screened in sitting area!!
[Maggie Sorensen] - I would use it to sit outdoors and avoid mosquitos. Of course, It would take screen instead of chicken wire.
[Eve Marie Musick Dennies] - That would work better for a green house.
[Eileen Ann Dewalt] - we did this last year now they free range
[Sue Accorne] - this is a good idea ,you can move it around and have fresh area for them and you well have a green grass.
[April Owens Gibson] - Warren Owens Tresa Owens
[Carmen Tickal] - That would make a great "fort" or play house for kids too. use canvas or tarps instead of chicken wire.
[Robbie Passmore] - Kiela Smith. I could so do this
[Dawn Braysher] - Diane Zinsmaster
[David Corbett] - I could see this as a greenhouse
[Melanie Robins] - we did this but the kids were not impressed that they lost their swing set :-\ even though it was broken
[Jody Howell] - Raccoons would make short work of those chickens.