L101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build An Insulated Chicken Coop

L101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build An Insulated Chicken Coop
It can comfortably hold 25 - 30 chickens
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Units: Inches - fractions
Overall size: 6' 11 1/2" x 6' 11 1/2" for Cage
6' 11 1/2" x 1' 10 1/2" for Nesting Boxes for 4 Hens
32' 7 3/4" x 13' 7 1/2" x 10' 7 5/8" (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 445.651 Feet ²
Total volume of wood: 374698 1/2 inches3 (= 216 5/6 feet3)
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Units: Millimeters - decimal
Overall size: 2121mm x 2121mm for Cage
2121mm x 572mm for Nesting Boxes for 4 Hens
9949mm x 4153 x 3243mm (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 41.41 Meters ²
Total volume of wood: 5.529 m3
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L101 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction
Chicken Coop Design - How To Build An Insulated Chicken Coop
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It can comfortably hold 25 - 30 chickens
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Units: Inches - fractions
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Overall size: 6' 11 1/2" x 6' 11 1/2" for Cage
6' 11 1/2" x 1' 10 1/2" for Nesting Boxes for 4 Hens
32' 7 3/4" x 13' 7 1/2" x 10' 7 5/8" (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 445.651 Feet ²
Total volume of wood: 374698 1/2 inches3 (= 216 5/6 feet3)
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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)
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" thickness (Nominal) = 3/4" thickness (Actual)
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Units: Millimeters - decimal
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Overall size: 2121mm x 2121mm for Cage
2121mm x 572mm for Nesting Boxes for 4 Hens
9949mm x 4153 x 3243mm (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 41.41 Meters ²
Total volume of wood: 5.529 m3
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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)
f: 25x100 mm (Nominal) = 19x89 mm (Actual)
g: 25x150 mm (Nominal) = 19x140 mm (Actual)
k: 25x25 mm (Nominal) = 19x19 mm (Actual)
h: 25 mm thickness (Nominal) = 19 mm thickness (Actual)
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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
3.4 - Building the Wall inside and Insulated panel for wall
4.0 - Building Beams surrounding the cage
5.0 - Building the Nesting boxes
6.0 - Building Perches for chickens
7.0 - Building the Frame of the Door, Windows - Vents
8.0 - Building Roof beam 1
9.0 - Building Wall system outsite
10.0 - Building Litter Tray
11.0 - Building the Doors and Windows
- Main door for cleaning - Window and mesh
- Automatic and Standard Chicken door
- Clean Out-Lid - Door to eggs - Vents for Cage
12.0 - Building RAMP
13.0 - Building completed roof
14.0 - Building Chicken Run
15.0 - Perspective - The building was completed
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