Chicken Coop Kits

Chicken coop kits are materials gathered together in one order that you can use to build a house for your chickens. All of the pieces you need to build the coop are included in the kit and all you have to do assemble it. These are a great idea for anyone - but they are particularly suited to people who aren’t handy with a skill saw or precise measurements.

There is a good selection of kits that are available for purchase and they come in small, medium or large sizes. These kits also vary in design. Some chicken coop kits are constructed as portable units so that they can be moved from one location to another.

Boomer & George Dual-Use Rabbit Hutch Chicken Coop

Boomer & George Dual-Use Rabbit Hutch Chicken Coop

$259.99

Whether you prefer fur or feathers, the Boomer & George Dual-Use Rabbit Hutch Chicken Coop has your critters covered. It's suitable for rabbits... [Read more]

Precision Cape Cod Chicken Coop

Precision Cape Cod Chicken Coop

$299.99

Let your chickens feel like they're summering in the Hamptons with the Cape Cod Chicken Coop. Roomy, safe, and comfortable, this chicken coop provi... [Read more]

Prevue Pet Products Red Barn Chicken Coop 465

Prevue Pet Products Red Barn Chicken Coop 465

$299.99

Prevue Pet Products Red Barn Chicken Coop 465 - inspired by the traditional Red Barn found on many farms, our Chicken Coop offers lots of living sp... [Read more]

TRIXIE Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run

TRIXIE Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run

$265.56

The TRIXIE Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run gives your flock the room it needs to live a healthy life. With its spacious lower section and upstairs se... [Read more]

Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop

Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop

$319.98

If you want your chickens to live in the lap of luxury, then you need to house them in the Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop - the finest ... [Read more]

New Age Pet Bedford Chicken Coop

New Age Pet Bedford Chicken Coop

$393.96

The New Age Bedford Natural Cedar Chicken Coop is the perfect habitat for the backyard coop. Sized for 3 to 4 hens (based on breed size) they will ... [Read more]

Little Cottage Berlin Chicken Coop

Little Cottage Berlin Chicken Coop

$525.00

The perfect hangout for a group of small chickens, Little Cottage Company's Berlin Chicken Coop brings a bit of the country vibe to the urban farme... [Read more]

Winscombe Chicken Coop - ND

Winscombe Chicken Coop - ND

$159.00

This is components only - Use pkg sku BRIN020 [Read more]

Little Cottage Atlanta Chicken Coop

Little Cottage Atlanta Chicken Coop

$569.95

Even city chickens will feel at home in the Atlanta Chicken Coop. maked specially for small, urban farmers, the coops hold up to four animals. The ... [Read more]

Little Cottage Unpainted Gambrel Barn Chicken Coop - Small

Little Cottage Unpainted Gambrel Barn Chicken Coop - Small

$1,549.99

Pamper your chickens and make raising chickens more fun with the Little Cottage Co Gambrel Barn - 5 ft. 4 in. L x 6 ft. 1 in. W x 6 ft. 6 in. H. Th... [Read more]

Boomer & George Poultry Palace Chicken Coop

Boomer & George Poultry Palace Chicken Coop

$799.96

Keep up to 8 chickens cozy, safe, and active in the Boomer & George Poultry Palace Chicken Coop. A deluxe chicken coop, this one features a div... [Read more]

Pawhut Deluxe Portable Backyard Chicken Coop with Fenced Run and Wheels

Pawhut Deluxe Portable Backyard Chicken Coop with Fenced Run and Wheels

$499.99

Raise happy and healthy chickens with the Pawhut Deluxe Portable Backyard Chicken Coop with Fenced Run and Wheels. Made with weather-treated fir wo... [Read more]

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These kits are popular for those who live in cities and want to change the location of the coop over time. Portable kits are the smallest of the kits, as they need to be light enough to be transported from one spot to another. Other kits are larger, heavier and are designed to remain in one place.

Whether you decide to buy a portable coop or a larger one will depend on the number of chickens you intend to house in the coop. If you have more than two or three chickens, you’ll need a larger coop than the smaller, portable versions.

Choosing the right kit to purchase also depends on the plans you have for the chickens. If you just plan on keeping the chickens for your own enjoyment and for a supply of eggs for your family, you should buy a kit for a small coop. If you intend to sell eggs, you will need to buy the best kit you can get - one that provides plenty of room for the chickens.

When deciding which of the chicken coop kits is the right one for you, don’t focus only on the needs of today, but also look down the road. If you think that keeping chickens may be something you’re going to want to grow as a business, then you should get the largest kit you can find.

Not all kits are created equal and some are better than others. As you do your research, you should compare the kits and make sure the kit was designed by someone who has an expert knowledge of keeping chickens.

You should not buy kits that don’t provide for the correct installation of ventilation and make cleaning the coop a monumental task. There are two main purposes of the coop - to shelter chickens in comfort and safety.

Chicken coop kits are a great idea for people who want to have a chicken coop but don’t know how to build one or don’t want to take the time to do it. These kits are easy to assemble and give you everything you’ll need.

The kits come with the lumber already precut so there is no need to measure. They also provide all the necessary hardware to put the lumber together. Some kits also offer technical support so, if any problems should occur, an expert will be available to guide the purchaser. Buying chicken coop kits are a fast and convenient alternative to the time and effort it takes to build one yourself.

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