Tri Gabled Chicken Coop, Tractor, or Play House
We made a sturdy, secure, and light building that can be customized to your needs. You may purchase just the coop on blocks, coop on a stand, coop on a fenced in run with an access door, or for ultimate portability and happiness of you flock you can make the whole structure into a portable chicken tractor on wheels.
Features on all coops/tractors
- Removable Nesting boxes, roosts and ladders allow you to fully clean the coop
- Egg door allows you to easily inspect and maintain the egg boxes while being outside of the coop
- Large lower door swings out of the way so you can fully clean the floor of the coop, add bedding and change food & water in the coop.
- Hooks for feeder and waterer are under the egg boxes. This keeps them off the floor of the coop and free of droppings as they roost above.
- One ladder leads birds up into the nesting boxes/roost area. Another ladder is used to help the birds in and out of the coop if you choose to raise it on a run, stand, or tractor.
The standard design is a coop that rests on blocks. It is about 4' wide, 6' long and 4' high. You would place this at your home and either free range your flock or build them a fenced in run.
As pictured, a 2' tall PT stand can be added to bring it up to a more comfortable height for you. A second ladder will be added so the flock can enter a run or free range.
We can also fence in this stand and add in an access door for you and hatch in the floor with a ladder for the flock to enter it. This is best if you have limited space or resources to build a fenced run.
It can also be bought as an on-the-ground play house. About 4' wide, 6' long, and 5' high (1' taller) 3' tall at the edges with a 5' tall ridgeline. It would rest on blocks and have a cutout entry. As a safety precaution, there would be no door. This way children and pets couldn't become trapped or locked in. Metal roofing edges will be dulled to reduce the risk of being cut. However it can still hurt/cut a fast child running by. Caution and your own judgement should be used. Covering the edges may be necessary.