Chicken Coop
 

Chicken Coop

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Chicken Coops That Rule the Roost
2. Leslie Divoli of West Palm Beach, Florida, has kept chickens for the past five or six years. What started out as two hens, a rooster and four chicks has now grown into a flock of 62 chickens. Divoli's coops are walk-in, which makes cleaning easier. A self-closing door with a hands-free latch makes sure that no one gets locked in. Since Florida is ridden with snakes, the biggest challenge has been making the structures snakeproof. "Every climate has different design demands," Divoli says. "A Chicago coop and a Miami coop should be different. In our climate, the main shelter needs are shade, cool breeze, protection from intense rain and security from predators."

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websters added this to websters's Ideas
January 29, 2014
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November 1, 2012
2. Leslie Divoli of West Palm Beach, Florida, has kept chickens for the past five or six years. What started out as two hens, a rooster and four chicks has now grown into a flock of 62 chickens. Divoli's coops are walk-in, which makes cleaning easier. A self-closing door with a hands-free latch makes sure that no one gets locked in.
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June 10, 2012
Inside the coop
Margaret DeNapoli_McCullough added this to Chicken Coops
March 18, 2012
Leslie Divoli chicken coop 1
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