Cedar chicken cabin

by John Davis
(Goodyear, Arizona, USA )





Built with cedar lap siding and rough sawn cedar trim. This will house our 6 buff orpingtons in a few more weeks. They will have a fairly large area to run free in and coop up at night.

Thank you Barn Geek for the plans.

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