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Excerpt: Elevations and floor plan: 12 x 18, eight feet high in front, five feet in rear.
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Authors as Published Phillip J. Clauer, Poultry Extension Specialist, Animal and Poultry Sciences
Your chickens need a warm, sheltered area. When it comes to giving your backyard chickens a home, it doesn’t matter the style of the housing — examples include a conventional chicken coop, an open range or an off-the-ground kennel — so long as you provide the basic requirements necessary for happy, healthy hens. In this guide, you’ll discover what to look for when building a chicken coop or buying a pre-made chicken house.
The front elevation plan This is the front elevation plan which gives a perspective of the frame viewed from the front.
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