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HN-LIT072 Little Cottage

Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large

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  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large
  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large
  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large
  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large
Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large

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Assembly Required
Little Cottage
12 Chickens
88L x 74W x 84H in.
950 lbs.
Wood Type

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  • Chicken door dimensions: 9.5W x 12H inches
  • Human door dimensions: 34W x 61.5H inches
  • Dimensions: 88L x 74W x 84H in.
  • Capacity: 12 Chickens
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Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large

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By Chicken Mama

from Cascade, CO

About Me Backyard chicken hobbiest

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  • Well thought out design


    Best Uses

    • Backyard poultry

    Comments about Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Large:

    The large chicken coop is just that, large and heavy, but it has a well-thought out design. [...] Two seasoned carpenters assembled the shed in five hours. They noted that the shed is of good construction. We bought roofing material and nails. I will paint it. It would be nice if the window was larger, and there was another roosting bar for the birds. Overall, I really like the shed, it looks great. But buyers should be prepared for [...] more than you average homeowner's carpentry skills to construct.

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    4 Questions About This Product
    Q: "How involved is the assembly?"
    A: The assembly time is estimated by the vendor as 4 - 6 hours for 2 people. Each coop comes with a step-by-step assembly manual but due to issues with the product being copied by others, the vendor doesn't allow us to post a full set of assembly instructions. But we certainly understand you want to have an idea of complexity or assembly. The manual does outline a total of 60 steps for assembly. The coop will ship flat packed or unassembled on a pallet. Each of the walls is complete - meaning they are in sections with the siding already installed (siding already affixed for all pieces - such as outside nesting box entry as well) - but each wall would need to be affixed to the base. The door is already plumb and the window is already inset on the front and back panels respectively - you would need to secure to the base/frame and affix latches. The most pure assembly will be securing the roof trusses, installing the roof sheeting and then shingling the roof. The tools needed: Cordless drill (12V or higher), #2 Square Drive Bit, Hammer, 6' Step Ladder, Tape Measure, Square Utility Knife w/ blade & hook blade, Speed Square Hopefully this does help give you a rough idea of the assembly required for the Little Cottage Chicken Coop and your chickens potential new home!
    Q: "Is the window the only air supply for the large colonial gable model? Are their any roof vents?"
    A: There is a ventilation bar or area that runs along the roofline, almost the entire length of the chicken house, the opposite side of the nesting boxes. The bar opens from the inside and once open has an inset wire so it is not completely open so other feathered friends cannot enter.
    Q: "For this coop, what brand of paint would you recommend using that isn't harmful to the chickens?"
    A: We would recommend using an outdoor rated paint that can withstand the outdoor elements. Sherwin Williams exterior paint would be a great choice to select for your coop and won't be harmful to your chickens.
    Q: "Is this a weather proof or treated wood?"
    A: This is all untreated wood.
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