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Not bad for a DIY coop
Today I was looking around the coop & pen and noticed some of the timber on the pen starting to rot. The little shed I converted is still going strong although it could do with a new coat  of timber care. I was wondering what year this was done, so went checking on the forum in members housing solutions my post in there was 2007 . Not bad wear & tear considering this was a cheap option compared to some of the more expensive housing around. The three birds left in there now are of the same sort of age too all hatched from forum members eggs.
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I think the sheds are the best way to go. They last much longer than the more expensive coops. The last two coops I bought have bits falling off them!
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I agree - sheds are the way to go! I'd only because you can walk into the things to clean them!
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