MS101 _ Chicken Coop Plans Construction _ 0620


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Principles of design
Standard & Economical
"Minimalist"_"Save Money"_"Easy to build"
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Units: Inches - fractions - (Original)
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1/ It can comfortably hold 16 chickens
Overall size: 6' x 6' = 36 ft² for Cage
12' x 6' = 72 ft² for Chicken Run
6' x 1' 6" = 9 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 3 Hens
Maximum height: 8' 8 11/16"
Construction area: 18' 4 1/2" x 6' 4 1/2" = 117.1406 ft² (The area for building foundations)
2/ Materials List:
* 1x4 Lumbers - Total Length: 407' 11 1/16"
Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 50.99 lumbers
* 2x4 Lumbers - Total Length: 687' 7 9/16"
Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 85.95 lumbers
* OSB - Total area (actual): 248.0148 ft²
Quantity of OSB with 4x8ft: 7.75 osb
* Plywood Siding - Total area (actual): 125.0124 ft²
Quantity of OSB with 4x8ft: 3.90 ply
* Roofing Shingles - Total area (actual): 162.2175 ft²
* Insulated Foam - Total area (actual): 29.6725 ft²
* Wire Mesh - Total area (actual): 230.3206 ft²
* Glass - Total area (actual): 3.4375 ft²
* Reinforced concrete foundations: 12.1968 ft³
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Units: Millimeters - decimal - (Converted)
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1/ It can comfortably hold 16 chickens
Overall size: 1.83m x 1.83m = 3.34m² for Cage
3.66m x 1.83m = 6.69m² for Chicken Run
1.83m x 0.46m = 0.84m² for Nesting Boxes for 3 Hens
Maximum height: 2.66m
Construction area: 5.60m x 1.94m = 10.88m² (The area for building foundations)
2/ Materials List:
* 1x4 Lumbers - Total Length: 124.34m
Quantity of 1x4 lumber 2.4m length: 51.81 lumbers
* 2x4 Lumbers - Total Length: 209.59m
Quantity of 2x4 lumber 2.4m length: 87.33 lumbers
* OSB - Total area (actual): 23.04 m²
Quantity of OSB with 1.2x2.4m: 8.00 osb
* Plywood Siding - Total area (actual): 11.61 m²
Quantity of OSB with 1.2x2.4m: 4.03 ply
* Roofing Shingles - Total area (actual): 15.07 m²
* Insulated Foam - Total area (actual): 2.76 m²
* Wire Mesh - Total area (actual): 21.4 m²
* Glass - Total area (actual): 0.32 m²
* Reinforced concrete foundations: 0.35 m³
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3/ The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents:
1.0 - Concept Design
2.0 - Building foundations
3.0 - Building Frame
4.0 - Building Floor
5.0 - Building Nest Boxes: Oriented Strand Board
6.0 - Building Perches
7.0 - Building Roof Beam
8.0 - Building Insulated Foam for Roof
9.0 - Building Exterior Wall: On-Center Fir Plywood Siding
10.0 - Building Door, Windows, Vents, Chicken Door
11.0 - Building Chicken Ramp
12.0 - Building Roof
13.0 - Building Wire Mesh
14.0 - Materials List For Woodworking - Thank you
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Detailed Plans for Construction
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Units: Millimeters - decimal - (Converted)
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9 comments:

  1. What is an estimate of the cost to build this? MS101

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  2. $750 depending on material costs in your area.

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  3. I'm wanting this coop, run and roof configuration but with your 7x7 coop of similar design.

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  4. Do you have plans for this in 7x7 coop?

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  5. I never received the excel download for the plans after purchase. Also, what’s the purpose for the sand? To save cost do I need to dig out all and put sand in?

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  6. I never received the excel download for the plans after purchase. Also, what’s the purpose for the sand? To save cost do I need to dig out all and put sand in?

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  7. I never received the excel download for the plans after purchase. Also, what’s the purpose for the sand? To save cost do I need to dig out all and put sand in?

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