L310 - Large chicken coop plans - Chicken coop design - How to build a chicken coop

L310 - Large chicken coop plans
Chicken coop design - How to build a chicken coop


L310 - Large chicken coop plans
Chicken coop design - How to build a chicken coop
(JPEG file, PDF file)
Unit Millimeters - Original Design
Unit Inches - Conversion design
More than 257 drawings in this document
 - printed on A4 or A3 size paper)


NOTE:
Area for the construction of cages: 6.5x3.2 = 20.8m2
Standard Coop Features and Coop Options:
- Chicken Ramp
- Nesting Boxes for 20 hens (total)
- Window: glass+mesh
- Main door for cage
(1450x2000 & 800x1600)
- Litter Tray with a metal sheet
- Clean-Out Lid
- Solid floor, hollow floor
- Automatic Door
- Insulated Ceiling
- architectural shingles
- weather vanes
- Ramp
- Total 21.75m of perches
- open door for 
nesting boxes
Size of timber (section)
for construction:
a: 150x100
b: 100x100
c: 50x100
d: 30x50
e: 30x30
f: 200x20 (plank)
Units: millimeter

























L310 - Large chicken coop plans
Chicken coop design - How to build a chicken coop
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(Newly Upgraded Version)
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I'm upgrading the entire plan, and I always do so, I am reducing the volume of wood in construction and still achieve what we want, to save money, build faster, easier,
I am presenting a plan for a better way with less drawing, to save money on printing and viewing time, download time,
I am following the suggestions and feedback from all of you,
Thank you very much for the feedback. They are great! :)
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There are 2 automatic chicken doors in this plan

There are 2 automatic chicken doors in this plan 

There are 2 automatic chicken doors in this plan 

There are 2 automatic chicken doors in this plan 

There are 2 automatic chicken doors in this plan 

There are 2 automatic chicken doors in this plan 

...
(Newly Upgraded Version)
...
I'm upgrading the entire plan, and I always do so, I am reducing the volume of wood in construction and still achieve what we want, to save money, build faster, easier,
I am presenting a plan for a better way with less drawing, to save money on printing and viewing time, download time,
I am following the suggestions and feedback from all of you,
Thank you very much for the feedback. They are great! :)
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Thank you very much!
Let keep track my work to get many Free and Helpful Plans
L310 - Large chicken coop plans
Chicken coop design - How to build a chicken coop

12 comments:

  1. You will not give this files for free, as you have made with other files?

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    1. On the occasion of Christmas and Happy New Year 2013, I want to give a gift for you.
      It is a detailed plan for construction at:
      www.homegardendesignplan.com
      You can get it for free if you want by:
      - Please visit my blog: www.homegardendesignplan.com
      - Choose a detailed plan available
      - Send the name of the plan to me at: frankvanhnguyen@gmail.com
      - I will reply your message and send you a link to download it. You can download it for free and easily.
      Do not miss this opportunity
      Because:
      I'm Frank
      Frank is sincere
      Frank loves you
      "We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2013!"

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  2. This is an absolutely amazing design! Are you going to have the "detailed plans for construction" available as a free download at any point in time?!

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    1. Yes! and thank you for nice comments!

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    2. You're Welcome! :) Just out of curiosity, about how long did it take you to design and make the construction plans for this coop? It seems like it would take a very long time!

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    3. It takes about a month. It needs a lot of thought. Also, it does not stand still. It always upgrade when I find something better.

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  3. I was wondering about the cost of this coop?

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    1. The total construction cost is estimated at $ 5,000

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  4. For this design, how many chickens is it designed to hold?
    What are the outside dimensions?

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    1. It can hold 120 chickens,
      It is expressed in units of millimeters (original); Inches (conversion)

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  6. Are these plans still available for purchase

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