Combo Plans

CB200 - Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ It can comfortably hold 20 - 22 chickens
Overall size: 6' x 8' = 48 ft² for Chicken House
6' x 8' = 48 ft² for Chicken Run
2 x (4' 1 1/4" x 1' 5 5/8") = 12.056 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 6 Hens
6' x 8' = 48 ft² for Garden Shed
Maximum height: 10' 3 3/8"
Construction area: 18' 4 1/4" x 8' 4 1/4" = 153.4005 ft² (The area for building foundations)
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 122 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 94 4/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 34 3/16 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 19 14/16 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 8 5/16 fps
Total Area of Wire Mesh: 162 4/16 ft2
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 224 ft2
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CB100 - Combo Plans - Chicken Coop Plans Construction + Insulated Dog House Plans Construction
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It can comfortably hold 20 chickens
It can comfortably hold a dog

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Units: Inches - fractions
Dimensions Gross: 11' 11 1/2" x 14' 7" x 10' 3 7/8" (height)
Construction area: 173.894 Feet ²
Ground area: 12' x 8' (= 96 Feet ²)
Dog House: 4' x 8' (= 32 Feet ²)
Chicken Coop: 6' x 8' (= 48 Feet ²)
Total volume of wood: 300378 inches3 (173 5/6 feet3)
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CB202 - Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
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1/ It can comfortably hold 20 - 22 chickens
Overall size: 6' x 8' = 48 ft² for Chicken House
9' x 8' = 72 ft² for Chicken Run
2 x (4' 1 1/4" x 1' 5 5/8") = 12.056 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 6 Hens
6' x 8' = 48 ft² for Garden Shed
Maximum height: 10' 3 3/8"
Construction area: 21' 4 1/4" x 8' 4 1/4" = 178.4705 ft² (The area for building foundations)
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 129 15/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 101 10/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 34 2/16 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 21 1/16 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 8 5/16 fps
Total Area of Wire Mesh: 179 7/16 ft2
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 265 7/16 ft2
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ Chicken Coop:
- Chicken House: 11' x 5' 3/4" = 55.6875 ft²
It can comfortably hold 25 chickens
- Chicken Run: 11' x 13' 9 1/4" = 151.4792 ft²
- Nest boxes for 8 hens
2/ Garden Shed: 11' x 7' 3/4" = 40.5 ft²
Overall size: 11' 6" x 26' 7 1/2" x 12' 2 3/4" (Maximum height)
Construction area: 306.1875 ft²
Total volume of lumber: 240538 inches3 (= 139 feet3)
Total area of plywood: 1049 feet2 (= 33 plywoods with 4'x8')
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CB210 - Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ It can comfortably hold 35 chickens
Overall size: 7' x 11' = 77 ft² for Chicken House
14' x 11' = 154 ft² for Chicken Run
2 x (5' 1" x 1' 5 5/8") = 14.9323 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 8 Hens
7' x 11' = 77 ft² for Garden Shed
Maximum height: 11' 7 1/4" => 14' 5/8"
Construction area: 28' 4 1/2" x 11' 4 1/2" = 322.7656 ft² (The area for building foundations)
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 232 2/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 140 15/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 49 15/16 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 35 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 12 fps
Total Area of Wire Mesh: 265 11/16 ft2
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 457 6/16 ft2
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CB211 _ Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ Chicken Coop:
- Chicken House: 8' x 5' 3/4" = 40.5 ft²
It can comfortably hold 10 - 12 chickens
- Chicken Run: 8' x 14' 5 3/4" = 115.8333 ft²
- Nest boxes for 6 hens
2/ Garden Shed: 8' x 5' 3/4" = 40.5 ft²
Overall size: 8' 8 1/2" x 25' 3" x 12' 2 5/8" (Maximum height)
Construction area: 219.8854 ft²
Total volume of lumber: 214847 inches3 (= 124 feet3)
Total area of plywood: 815 feet2 (= 25 1/2 plywoods with 4'x8')

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Principles of design:
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
Total land occupancy area: 50' 10"x35' 3"=1791.875 ft²
Construction Area: 1118.1424 ft²
Total height: 19' 9 3/4"
Total volume of lumber: 1382478 inches3 (= 800 feet3)
Total area of plywood: 6547 feet2 (= 205 plywoods with 4'x8')
The functional spaces:
1. Shed: 13' 10 1/2"x43' 2" + 5' 4 3/4"x10' 9 1/2" includes:
- 2 Small Storages: 10' 9 1/2"x13' 10 1/2"
- 2 Tool storages: 5' 4 3/4"x10' 9 1/2"
- Large Storage: 32' 4 1/2"x13' 10 1/2"
2. Chicken Coop: 13' 10 1/2"x26' 11 3/4"
It can comfortably hold 180 chickens
- Nesting boxes for 36 hens

- 96' Perches for chickens
- Litter Tray and Clean Out-lid
- Automatic Chicken Door
- Foam insulation for wall, for roof
3. Other:
- Cupola, Weather vanes, Vinil vents
4. The overall size: 40'x30'x20' (height)
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CN200-1_40 feet-Container Chicken Farm_Mini-Micro Chicken Farm_Chicken Farm Plans Construction

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