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4’x4′ Chicken Coop Plan For 6 Chickens

This plan show you how to build a 4 foot by 4 foot hen house that is capable of housing up to six chickens. It is a stationary structure, complete with nesting areas, windows, and doors for both the birds and for you to clean, feed, and collect eggs or hatchlings.

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10x8 Hen House Plan

10’x8′ Hen House Plan For 30 Chickens

This plan show you how to build a 10 foot by 8 foot hen house that is capable of housing up to thirty chickens. It is a stationary structure, complete with nesting areas, windows, and doors for both the birds and for you to clean, feed, and collect eggs or hatchlings.

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12’x8′ Chicken Run Plan For 15 Chickens

This is a stationary design for a 12′ by 8′ chicken run, complete with roosting areas and hatchling boxes. The 96 square feet of space allows plenty of room for interior roaming in the aviary, while the raised nesting box provides an extra level of security from predators.

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4’x12′ Walk In Chicken Coop Plan For 8 Chickens

This is a lean-to style chicken coop built tall enough to allow you to walk inside to collect eggs, feed, or clean. The coop is designed with protective areas for nesting and roosting, while still allowing space for roaming while the coop is closed.

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39’x19′ Chicken Run Plan For 56 Chickens

This chicken coop is over 740 square feet, it provides lots of space for up to 55 chickens, each with plenty of both roosting and roaming area. The gable style roof provides shelter in even the harshest weather, and multiple access doors allow for easy entry.

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13’x5′ Chicken Run Plan For 10 Chickens

Chicken coop is 65 square feet of space provides enough room for eight chickens to nest and roam. The gabled roof protects your chickens from even the harshest weather, and with proper insulation, it will provide safe shelter for them year round.

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4’x12′ Chicken Tractor Plan For 10 Chickens

The arc design provides free flow of air, and makes the overall frame more sturdy during moves. The rear nesting area still provides plenty of protection from predators and shelter from weather for up to nine chickens. Doors allow access to both the front aviary and to the nesting area at the rear.

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5'x13' Chicken Tractor

5’x13′ Chicken Tractor Plan For 8 Chickens

This chicken coop is designed to be mobile, it’s roof offers sturdy protection, even in heavy storms. The raised nesting area also provides extra protection from predators. With proper insulation and quality materials, it can also house your chickens through most cold spells.

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6x6 chicken coop plan

26’x13’ Garden Chicken Run Plan For 30 Chickens

This spacious, sturdy chicken coop comes with a fully enclosed, attached run, so you don’t have to worry about predators. It has two windows, a large main access door, attached nest boxes with a hinged lid and a small access door for the chickens to move freely into the run.

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6x4 chicken coop plan

6’x4’ Barngeek Hen House Plan For 12 Chickens

The coop is slightly raised, and the entire bottom area can be enclosed to make a small run. It has two windows for cross-ventilation and two attached nest box areas with hinged lids. It has a large access door for easy cleaning, but it could use an access ramp and additional door for the chickens.

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6x6 chicken coop plan

6’x6’ Ultimate Chicken House Plan For 8 Chickens

The plan comes with three nesting boxes with a hinged lid, two windows for cross-ventilation, an access door, a small chicken hatchway, several perches and even a storage area. This one doesn’t have a plan for an attached run, but you can surely borrow a plan from another example on this list.

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2x4 chicken coop plan

6’x3’ ReStore Chicken Coop Plan For 4 Chickens

This chicken coop is simple, easy and can be built on the cheap with scrap materials. The nesting area comes with a door, one nesting box and a trap door for collecting eggs. The bottom of the coop can be covered with chicken wire to create a small 12 square foot run.

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6x4 chicken coop plan

6’x3’ Simple Chicken Coop Plan For 8 Chickens

This coop is truly simple and great for a beginner who wants to keep a decent amount of chickens. It has a main access door with a ramp that can lead to an enclosed run, one shuttered window, a vent and attached nesting boxes with a hinged lid.

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4x3 chicken coop plan

4’x3’ E. Fleming’s Chicken Coop Plan For 4 Chickens

This is a lifted chicken coop that’s easy to access and doesn’t require bending down to collect eggs. This is a very simple design with most the necessities, like an attached nesting box with a lid, a swinging door, windows for ventilation and perches. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a ramp or an attached run.

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8x8 chicken coop plan

8’x8’ Mark’s Chicken Coop For 22 Chickens

The large coop resembles a small house with windows and a sliding screen door for ventilation during the hot summer months. The run is fully enclosed and you can play with the dimensions if you want to give your chickens more space to roam.

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6x4 chicken coop plan

6’x12’ Lambert’s Chicken Coop Plan For 8 Chickens

The lifted coop and attached run together add up to six feet by twelve feet, and it’s all enclosed to keep your chickens safe from predators. It comes with three nesting boxes, a metal roof, an easy-to-clean linoleum floor, three nesting boxes and a neat guillotine door that can be opened from outside the run.

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4x4 chicken coop plan

4’x4’ Old House Chicken Coop Plan For 6 Chickens

This coop is nice enough to be included in a professional television production. It makes a nice addition to a large backyard or a small farm. The coop is lifted off the ground and the attached run is buried several inches into the ground in order to deter predators.

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4x4 chicken coop plan

4’x4’ Tropical Chicken Coop Plan For 6 Chickens

Plan trades coop space for open air with the bottom portion serving as a small run. The sloped roof keeps it safe from heavy rain. There are swinging doors to access the egg boxes, though you won’t need as many as are shown in the plan: only one or two, and leave space to reach in and clean the coop.

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2x2 chicken coop plan

2’x2’ Small Backyard Chicken Coop Plan For 2 Chickens

This coop is great if you don’t want to dedicate yourself to a large chicken project and instead want a simple enclosure for a few chickens that you can easily fit in your backyard. This coop comes with an access door, a large door for easy cleaning and two windows for cross-ventilation.

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4x4 chicken coop plan

4’x4’ Trictle’s Chicken Coop Plan For 6 Chickens

This coop has two windows with shutters, an attached nesting box with a hinged opening, a hinged door and a little planter box. It might be ideal to add a ramp to the door to let your chickens roam during the day without having to pick them up and put them down.

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8x4 chicken coop plan

8’x4’ Shed Chicken Coop Plan For 12 Chickens

This chicken coop is very quaint and looks more like a small house for your chickens than a shed. It’s tall enough to walk in with ease, but you won’t have to walk in to collect eggs because the nesting boxes are attached to the side with a hinged lid.

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5x3 chicken coop plan

5’x3’ Wichita Chicken Coop Plan For 6 Chickens

This chicken coop has nice rustic charm and would look great in your backyard or nearby your little old-fashioned cabin in the woods. It has a small attached run, a paving-stone base, a lifted coop, a few small windows for ventilation and an attached egg box with a hinged lid.

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6x3 chicken coop plan

6’x3’ South City Chicken Coop Plan For 6 Chickens

It utilizes as much space as possible while being visually appealing and comfortable for you chickens. It has large swinging doors for easy access, windows for ventilation, a lamp, a ramp leading to a small hatchway and a small run underneath the coop, plus an additional enclosed run.

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16x8 chicken coop plan

16’x8’ Pallet Chicken Coop Plan For 42 Chickens

If you know where to find pallets for free, this project can potentially cost you next to nothing. It’s all very easy to put together, although it may not be the most sturdy or attractive-looking option on the list. Plus, it holds all the chickens you could ever need.

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16x8 chicken coop plan

16’x8’ Mammy’s 1985 Hen House Plan For 42 Chickens

This coop has very classic, rustic charm. It’s also very spacious and will hold all the chickens you could ever want, which is especially good if you’re planning on selling eggs for profit. This coop is much too large for any backyard; it’s best placed on a small, private farm.

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3x3 chicken coop plan

3’x3’ Simple Chicken Coop Plan For 4 Chickens

Coop resembles a large, box-shaped safe that can be secured with a hasp and lock. This may not be the best option if you live in an area prone to heavy rain because of the flat roof, but you can modify the shape to give the roof a bit of a slope. You can also attach a very small, enclosed run to the coop.

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