Cluck Rodgers 4×3 Chicken House

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The Cluck Rodgers offers 12 sq. ft. of interior floor space, and it can accommodate three to six chickens without a problem. The main access door is furnished with a viewing window, 6” door pull and heavy-duty hinges to ensure repeated use without failure. The nesting box is spacious and cozy.

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Description

The 4’x3’ Cluck Rodgers Chicken House’s Plan utilizes a step by step technique for its construction. Building materials like plywood, pressure-treated lumber, wood siding, wire mesh, corrugated roofing panels, corner braces, and other hardware and fasteners can be found in the provided material list. The difficulty level of this chicken house is medium. The Cluck Rodger’s plan is available in PDF format, which makes it convenient and practical.  It also contains smaller steps that provide an easier and more efficient method of completing each step. The plan covers all aspects of building the structure from framing the floor to the decoration of the chicken house. The best CAD software currently available, accurately displays amazing views and overall dimensions in stunning 2D/3D illustrations. The Cluck Rodgers’ plan gives the novice builder and DIY enthusiast an advantage because it simply works.

 

Free vs. Premium plan

 

Features Free Premium
Steps Count 12 20
Illustrations for Each Step
Print Ready
Step By Step Instructions
Full Materials and Cuttings List
Additional Illustrations
Additional Blueprints
Tools List
Fastening Elements List
Technical Support

4x3 chicken house

 

Chicken coop overview

 

The 4’x3’ Cluck Rodgers Chicken House offers 12 sq. ft. of interior floor space, and it can accommodate three to six chickens without a problem. This is an all-weather structure that can be easily modified with insulation and heat lamps for the colder seasons. The main access door is furnished with a viewing window, 6” door pull and heavy-duty hinges to ensure repeated use without failure. The nesting box is spacious and cozy coupled with a convenient hinged hatch door for the collection of eggs. The Cluck Rodgers is a solid chicken house that’s built with high-quality materials that provide years of low-maintenance and durability. A corrugated metal roofing system adds decades of water protection for both the chickens and structure. The Cluck Rodgers chicken house is perfect for those who are curious about raising chickens and want fresh eggs straight from the coop to the stove top, and it’s also reasonably priced.

 

 

4x3 chicken house plan

 

Premium 4×3 chicken coop plan features

 

Siding blueprints

Predator-proof construction

No pro tools required

No special skills needed

Instructions for nesting boxes

Instructions for doors

Durable design

Optimal material costs

 

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Additional information

Size

4×3

Roof

Lean-to

Design

Chicken house

Area (sq. ft.)

12

Width (ft.)

3

Length (ft.)

4

Height (ft.)

5,69

Door size (in.)

47,25×28,75

Chicken capacity

6

Plan version

Free, Premium

FAQ

1. Do I need a permit to build a chicken coop?

A: In most cases, local regulations stipulate buildings that are over 100sqft require a permit, chicken coops included. If your coop is under a 100sqft, chances are you don’t need one.

2. Can I legally have chickens in my backyard?

A: Most bylaws and regulations stipulate that where chickens are allowed, a required distance between your neighbor’s property line and the coop needs to be enacted.  

3. How much does it cost to build a chicken coop?

A: This depends on the type, style, and size of the chicken coop. For smaller coops 100sqft and under, you can expect to pay between $500 and $1000, and for larger coops 200sqft and more, you can expect to pay between $1500 to $4000.

4. How long will my chicken house last?

A: All of our chicken houses are designed with weather-resistant materials, and they should last 20 to 30 years before major repairs or replacements may be needed.

5. How long does it take to build a chicken house?

A: This also depends on the size and complexity of the structure. In most cases, a smaller chicken house can take about 3 to 4 days to build, and the larger more complex structures, you should allow about 7 to 10 days to construct.