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Toro Cyn Chicken CoopFarmhouse Shed, Santa Barbara

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Raise the Roost: You Won’t Believe These Next-Level Chicken CoopsJul 29, 2017

3. Butterfly Roof Sitting on a ranch property in a Santa Barbara, California, canyon, this whimsical, winged chicken coop has more design features than first meet the eye. The ranch owners enlisted the help of their friend Alex Wyndham, a builder and founder of Wyndhamdesign, to help bring their vision of a sustainable chicken coop into reality.

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Julie Sheer added this to Is a Backyard Chicken Coop Right for You?May 4, 2017

Doing double duty. The unique roof design of this coop in Santa Barbara, California, allows it to serve as a henhouse and also capture rain and funnel it to a rain barrel.

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Annie Thornton added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your One-of-a-Kind Chicken CoopsMar 9, 2015

When these homeowners decided to raise chickens for fresh eggs, they already were growing much of their own food on their Santa Barbara, California, property.Friend and designer Alex Wyndham incorporated rainwater collection for the organic garden through an oversized butterfly roof that doubles as a shade structure. Salvaged redwood fencing for the doors and framing saved money in construction costs and also ties in with the couple’s nearby barn.See more of this butterfly-roofed chicken coop

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Becky Harris added this to Collecting Rainwater and Eggs From a California Chicken CoopMay 20, 2014

Wyndham and his friends salvaged boards that had broken or fallen off their barn, to use for part of the structure and for the egg-laying shelves inside. While the couple currently has eight or nine hens and one rooster, the coop has room for up to 40. This project was a great creative outlet if not a huge moneymaker for Wyndham, who enjoyed helping out his good friends. And he did earn a lifetime supply of fresh eggs. Next: Ways to farm your yard

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jenbrue added this to Chicken HouseAug 21, 2017

Designed to catch rain from roof.

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Allison added this to Chicken CoopsJun 27, 2017

Doing double duty. The unique roof design of this coop in Santa Barbara, California, allows it to serve as a henhouse and also capture rain and funnel it to a rain barrel.

mytinystucco
mytinystucco added this to Chicken coopsJun 25, 2017

Great idea to capture precious rainwater.

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