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Wyndhamdesign
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
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Collecting Rainwater and Eggs From a California Chicken Coop
4x8 chicken coop with rainwater collection. One spout goes into barrel on other side
We collect water from the main house roof, as well as having chickens, my design for the chicken coop was not made for collecting water, this idea is great although my design is also neat
larger tank so that winter rains could be collected to last through summer.
The coop itself is 4 feet by 8 feet, but the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects.
The coop itself is 4 feet by 8 feet, but the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects. The couple’s old redwood barn also influenced the structure. The siding is rough-sawn redwood fencing. The roof is corrugated steel.
“chicken coop, water collect” — mikewade11
A.GRUPPO Architects - San Marcos
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Rancho Encino Residence
Ideabooks417
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system). The pressure is provided by the pump. The bathroom lavatories and air conditioning condensate were connected to a separate drain line that collects water used for gardening.
Holding tanks will be necessary to store water collected for on-demand use. The tanks shown here contain the home’s sole water source. Rainwater is channeled via a PVC pipe from the roof.
Water Collection When living off-grid, a renewable
it will get from the source to your home. A pump and filtration system will require energy to run. Holding tanks will be necessary to store water collected for on-demand use. The tanks shown here contain the home’s sole water source. Rainwater is channeled via a PVC pipe from the roof.
“idea for small building for water tank” — kcossette
Wyndhamdesign
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
Ideabooks388
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collect chicken eggs and rain water from this coop
water collection + coop or studio idea.
shows roof, collection, closed doors and the run
rainwater collection chicken coop
Chicken Koop with water collection
Rainwater collection; roof line
“rain water” — buhler
Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Hen House
Ideabooks3,967
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Collect eggs without going in the coop.
Dalley wanted to be able to collect the eggs without actually going
Outside egg collection and inside ladder
Dalley wanted to be able to collect the eggs without actually going inside the henhouse, so she put a hatch door on the nesting box, which she can open from outside. A bright orange hue
Dalley wanted to be able to collect the eggs without actually going inside the henhouse, so she put a hatch door on the nesting box, which she can open from outside. A bright orange hue matches some of the tools stored in her shed.
“chicken room” — aliarahman
Wyndhamdesign
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
Ideabooks515
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Collecting rain water is against the law in some states. Can use gutters to collect. Think container might need to be up against brick walls on west because of winds
Collecting Rainwater and Eggs From a California Chicken Coop
Rain water collection.
chickens! and water collection
“fowl house” — dakunimata
Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
Barn Shop Interior
Ideabooks2,322
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Love the dust collection system in this shop!
good dust collection method
ventilation and dust collection
dust collection system
Showing sawdust collection system
Dust collection distribution
Dust collection options
Dust collection size
Sawdust collection...Dust collection...Collecting ducts
“Wood working shop with dust mitigation system and tools lined up neatly against the wall” — teachnh
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Recycled Greenhouse in Piny Woods of Texas
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The couple used the existing support poles to frame their 270-square-foot greenhouse, and collected windows and doors from friends, family and neighbors to create the patchwork walls.
used the existing support poles to frame their 270-square-foot greenhouse, and collected windows and doors from friends, family and neighbors to create the patchwork walls. also used old lumber and plastic roofing from former greenhouse
The couple used the existing support poles to frame their 270-square-foot greenhouse, and collected windows and doors from friends, family and neighbors to create the patchwork walls. “Since we are big on recycling, we also used old lumber and plastic roofing from my former greenhouse,” says Carolyn
“Old west green house” — Garrett Self
Wyndhamdesign
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
Ideabooks537
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Roof collects water, sides open to collect eggs
Collecting Rainwater and Eggs From a California Chicken Coop
“Chicken coop” — John Friskel
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