More Pictures


COOP INTERIOR:

     
   

Interior       Interior photo of chicken-coop build with the happy valley hen house building guide chicken-coop plans

 
The three pictures above show the inside of the coop. The first two are computer generated, while the third is a photograph of the original Happy Valley Hen House. In each of these pictures, you can see the back of the egg box on the left of the coop's interior. Beyond it is a door that opens on the far wall. On the near side of the egg box, you can see the Diagonal Jump Bar, which gives the chickens a place to hop up to before they hop over to the long Jump Bar just past it, and then on up to the Roost Bar above that. The roost bar is wide enough to comfortably sleep 4-5 chickens, depending on their size.




COOP EXTERIOR:

Egg-door side photo of chicken-tractor build with the happy valley hen house building guide chicken-coop plans     Maintenance-door side of chicken house build with the happy valley hen house building guide chicken-coop plans


The two images above are also photographs of the original Happy Valley Hen House. After I built it, I realized that the coop would need to be slightly narrower if it was going to fit through most backyard gates, so this coop is actually one inch wider than the final design in the Happy Valley Hen House Building Guide that I'm selling. (The width of the coop in the final plans is about 34 3/4".)

Ground clearance is set at minimum on the chicken coop illustrated above. The Happy Valley Hen House Building Guide includes instructions for increasing the ground clearance for those who want their coop to have more.