DIY Chicken Coop Made From Pallets
Do you have OCD? Obsessive Chicken Disorder. It’s a fever that’s taking the nation by storm. Backyard birds are all the rage. I have avoided getting bitten by this poultry pandemic but many of my friends have not. Just because I don’t have a personal flock doesn’t mean that I don’t admire the people who do and the crazy beautiful condos they build for them in their backyards. One creative way to build a coop is by repurposing old pallets. Pallets can be used for everything else. Why not for the birds?!
Chickens are great little birds! You can get delicious fresh eggs and the satisfaction of feeling like a farmer. And as long as you don’t have a rooster, they will be a good way to make friends with the neighbors. Everyone loves fresh food!
Using recycled building materials (a.k.a. pallets) will save you a bundle when make a coop. This tutorial shows how to make one using only three pallets! I would want to paint mine a snazzy color. Red with white trim to match my house! Any hen would count herself lucky to live here. They would also be lucky to live in one of these luxury homes from Off Grid World.
Find the full tutorial from Oklahoma History here…