S101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop

S101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop
It can comfortably hold 8 - 12 chickens
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Units: Inches - fractions
Overall size: 4' 11" x 3' 4 1/2" for Cage
1' 8 1/4" x  3' 4 1/2" for Nesting Boxes for 2 Hens
17' 3" x  9' 7/8" x 9' 9 5/8" (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 158.167 Feet ²
Total volume of wood: 157041 5/8 inches3 (= 90 7/8 feet3)
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Units: Millimeters - decimal
Overall size: 1499mm x 1029mm for Cage
1029mm x  514mm for Nesting Boxes for 2 Hens
5257mm x  2764mm x 2987mm (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 14.59 Meters ²
Total volume of wood: 2.486 m3

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Standard Coop Features:
- Chicken Ramp - Nesting Boxes - Window - Wire over Windows
Coop Options:
- Litter Tray - Clean-Out Lid - Insulated Ceiling
Size of timber for construction: a: 4x4 (section), b: 2x4 (section), c: 2x2 (section), d: 0.75x10 (section), e: 1x2 (section), f: wooden sheet thickness 0.75
Units: Inches (millimeter)
Size:
- Overall: 210" (front) x 105" (left) x 125" (height)
- Cage (indoor): 60"x40"
- Nesting box: 20"x40" (2 boxes)
- Chicken run: 204" x 80"





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It can comfortably hold 8 - 12 chickens
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Overall size: 4' 11" x 3' 4 1/2" for Cage
1' 8 1/4" x  3' 4 1/2" for Nesting Boxes for 2 Hens
17' 3" x  9' 7/8" x 9' 9 5/8" (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 158.167 Feet ²
Total volume of wood: 157041 5/8 inches3 (= 90 7/8 feet3)
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Overall size: 1499mm x 1029mm for Cage
1029mm x 514mm for Nesting Boxes for 2 Hens
5257mm x 2764mm x 2987mm (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 14.59 Meters ²
Total volume of wood: 2.486 m3
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Dimensional lumber sizes:
a: 4"x4" (Nominal) = 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
b: 2"x4" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
c: 2"x2" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
d: 1"x2" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
e: 1"x3" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 2 1/2" (Actual)
f: 1"x4" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
g: 1"x6" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 5 1/2" (Actual)
k: 1"x1" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 3/4" (Actual)
h: 1"x10" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 9 1/4" (Actual)
m: 1" thickness (Nominal) = 3/4" thickness (Actual)
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Dimensional lumber sizes:
a: 100x100 mm (Nominal) = 89x89 mm (Actual)
b: 50x100 mm (Nominal) = 38x89 mm (Actual)
c: 50x50 mm (Nominal) = 38x38 mm (Actual)
d: 25x50 mm (Nominal) = 19x38 mm (Actual)
e: 25x75 mm (Nominal) = 19x64 mm (Actual)
f: 25x100 mm (Nominal) = 19x89 mm (Actual)
g: 25x150 mm (Nominal) = 19x140 mm (Actual)
k: 25x25 mm (Nominal) = 19x19 mm (Actual)
h: 25x250 mm (Nominal) = 19x235 mm (Actual)
m: 25 mm thickness (Nominal) = 19 mm thickness (Actual)
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Units: Inches - fractions
Units: Millimeters - decimal
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The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents:
0.0 - 0.8 - Concept design
1.0 - Building the Axis and Column
2.0 - Building the Main Frame Structure
3.0 - Building the Floor System
4.0 - Building Beams surrounding the cage
5.0 - Building the Nesting boxes
6.0 - Building Perches for chickens
7.0 - Building Roof beam for cage
8.0 - Building Wall system
9.0 - Building Litter Tray
10.0 - Building Doors, Windows, Vents
- Main door for cleaning - Window and mesh - Standard Chicken door
- Clean Out-Lid - Door to eggs - Vents for Cage
11.0 - Building RAMP
12.0 - Building Chicken Run - Main frame
13.0 - Building Roof Beam for - Building Insulated Panel for Roof
14.0 - Building Chicken Run - Main door and Wire mesh 
15.0 - Perspective - The building was completed!
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S101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction
Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop








S101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction
Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop
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41 comments:

  1. interesting plans... I like the open run area but would rather see a flat roof then a pitched one

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  2. Thank Monica very much! Your excellent comment will help me to design more plans. I'll design a plan according to your suggestion. Thank you again. Have a nice day and all the best! :)

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  3. I love the visual of this design...the roof and doors make it like a doll house!

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  4. it says to comment to get free detailed plans.......

    I love this coop can I have the plans?!

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    1. Thank you for nice comments!
      This plan has expired free download.
      Please follow my new plans.

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    2. How do I get the new plans? are they different plans from the plan that has expired free download? Is it still free or is there a fee?

      Jim

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  5. How many chickens could be kept in this coop?

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    1. It can comfortably hold 10-12 chickens

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  6. I'm pregnant and have 7 chickens in my living room and an egg in the incubator. I have about 3 weeks to build a coop for these little rascals. How far fetched is it that I'd be able to complete this? I love the design. I'm in an area with snakes, cats, and birds of prey; so the walk-in run in just perfect.

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    1. At this point I can not calculate a specific time to complete the construction of this plan.
      My resources can not meet it.
      I apologize for the inconvenience.
      However, I am very interested in your offer.
      It is a great feedback for me to upgrade the plan in the future.
      Thank you very much!

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  7. It can comfortably hold 10 - 12 chickens
    Overall size: 5' x 3' 4" for Cage
    3' 4" x 1' 8" for Nesting Boxes for 2 Hens
    17' 10 1/2" x 9' 1/4" x 10' 3" (height) for area of ​​the building
    Construction area: 162.18 Feet ²
    Total volume of wood: 134 inches3

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    1. Thanks for your nice comments and feedback!

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  9. Great plan. I would like to see a plan that had walk in access to the chicken house, for easy cleaning. I am elderly and would rather walk into my chicken house to sweep and clean it. I like the smaller chicken coop also.

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    1. Thanks for your nice comments and feedback!

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  10. what is an estimated price in lumber and hardware for the s101 chicken coop ?

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    1. S101: Total construction cost is estimated at $ 1,800 - $ 2,000

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  11. Vahn,
    Are the pdf drawings in this package editable?
    Regards,
    Bob

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    1. Yes Bob!
      In case you need anything, contact me via email.

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  12. Can I have the plans for this coop? My grandpa is going to build us this one :)

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    1. Ok Gina! contact me at: frankvanhnguyen@gmail.com

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  13. Is there any way to make plans for this coop with a slanted roof versus the roof it has now??

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  14. Gramma Kiki - HI how do I get the free plans for the coop?
    grammakiki1@gmail.com

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  15. How can we get the plans for this coop?

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    1. You can contact me at: frankvanhnguyen@gmail.com

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  16. I have been looking at so many options...This coop looks perfect! What a beautiful design...Do you have photos of completed coops?

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    1. At this point I do not have pictures of this design.

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  17. Your design is great! I am looking forward to building this coop. How do I get plans?

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    1. You can buy it on this page. Or you can contact me at:
      frankvanhnguyen@gmail.com

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  18. Is there an estimated price of the materials needed for this coop? Also, what are the dimensions of the run?

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    1. The total construction cost is estimated at $1,800
      Run size is: 9' 6 1/2 "(length) x 7' 4 1/2" (width) x 9' 9 5/8 "(height)

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    2. Hello Vanh, what do you think the cost estimate would be for coop only (excluding cage build).

      Thanks, Kip

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    3. Estimated construction cost is $950 just for the coop

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  19. The total construction cost is estimated at $1,800
    Run size is: 9' 6 1/2 "(length) x 7' 4 1/2" (width) x 9' 9 5/8 "(height)

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  20. Just bought these!!! I can't wait to see what the finished product looks like!!

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    1. Thank you for nice comments, Wish you succese in building, Looking forward to the photos, :)

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  21. when i looking forward to building this coop i desided to plans it ! How do I get plans?
    Otomatik kapı - otomatik kepenk

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