Cabinet Re-Purposed Into a Chicken Coop

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Cabinet Re-Purposed Into a Chicken Coop - The compartmentalized unit has drawers for soil, straw, corn feed, and egg storage, as well as tiny curtains for the hens, since they prefer to lay eggs in the dark. Chickens need space to roam, so the unit should be placed in a backyard to give them access to the outdoors.

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I saw his article and had to share it with you all, you’re going to think this DIY is so cool, you’re going to have to make it for all of your chicken loving friends!. Imagine a convenient location for all of your chicken needs, that’s what this DIY cabinet chicken coop is achieving.

As you can see, you can conveniently place your eggs into the dresser drawers and your chickens where your dishes would normally go. I bet that you can make your way to the thrift shop and pick up a cheap looking hutch for around $200, which is still inexpensive. Chickens need space to roam, so the unit should be placed in a backyard to give them access to the outdoors.

If I were allowed chickens (stupid city rules) I would build this in a heart beat! Check out inhabitat.com and keep scrolling down for other creative chicken coop ideas.

Cabinet Re-Purposed Into a Chicken Coop

Cabinet Re-Purposed Into a Chicken Coop - The compartmentalized unit has drawers for soil, straw, corn feed, and egg storage, as well as tiny curtains for the hens, since they prefer to lay eggs in the dark. Chickens need space to roam, so the unit should be placed in a backyard to give them access to the outdoors.

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