Chicken Coops

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We offer 3 styles of mobile chicken coops. And, when we say “mobile,” we really mean “mobile.” Remember, just because a structure has wheels on it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s mobile. All of our coops utilize a lever system that when drawn up, lifts the entire structure for you making it much easier to move because the lifting is already done. We designed this so that my 64-year old mother could move it on her own… and she can!!! Here’s a video showing you how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yf0o8Oiez7Y. All of the coops are large enough for up to 7 standard sized chickens. The runs are 4ft.x8ft. and can accommodate as many chickens as you’d like provided that you are willing to move it often enough to give them fresh bugs, insects and turf. Generally, folks will put no more than 5 birds in a run this size. We can easily extend the run to 4ft.x12ft. or even 4ft.x16ft. and it does not change the mobility of it. All of our coops are made right here in the good ol’ U.S. of A. and we’re very proud of that.

Homesteader

  • Saltbox style roof with rolled-roofing and drip edge
  • Coop measures 4ft. wide x 30″ deep
  • 1/4″ plywood siding
  • Run measures 4ft. wide x 8ft. long
  • Exterior grade materials
  • 2″x4″ galvanized steel fencing on top and bottom of run as well as upper 20″ of sides, 1″x1″ galvanized steel fencing on lower 24″ of sides to prevent predators from reaching in
  • 3 nest boxes
  • 60″ linear roosting space
  • Drop down doors with spring-loaded hooks for clean-out on roost side and egg collection on nest side
  • Paint color optional

 

Homesteader Plus

 

  • Gable style roof with rolled-roofing and drip edge
  • Coop measures 4ft. wide x 30″ deep
  • 1/4″ plywood siding
  • Run measures 4ft. wide x 8ft. long
  • Exterior grade materials
  • 2″x4″ galvanized steel fencing on top and bottom of run as well as upper 20″ of sides, 1″x1″ galvanized steel fencing on lower 24″ of sides to prevent predators from reaching in
  • 3 nest boxes
  • 60″ linear roosting space
  • Drop down doors with spring-loaded hooks for clean-out on roost side and egg collection on nest side
  • Paint color optional

 

Homesteader Deluxe

 

  • Gable style roof with cedar shake shingles and drip edge
  • Coop measures 4ft. wide x 30″ deep
  • Bead board siding
  • Run measures 4ft. wide x 8ft. long
  • Exterior grade materials
  • 2″x4″ galvanized steel fencing on top and bottom of run as well as upper 20″ of sides, 1″x1″ galvanized steel fencing on lower 24″ of sides to prevent predators from reaching in
  • 3 nest boxes from a “bump-out” style
  • 120″ linear roosting space
  • Drop down doors with spring-loaded hooks for clean-out on roost side and egg collection on nest side
  • Paint color optional

***Aside from our coops, we’d also like to make sure that you are going to be a successful chicken farmer. So, there is the option for us to bring you everything you need to be just that… even the birds!! And, we have thought of things that you probably haven’t. We have a list of what I like to call “15 non-negotiable items every small-scale chicken farmer should have.” On average, you’re probably going to have 5 of these things laying around the house but will need to purchase 10 of them and hopefully you’ll purchase them from us at regular retail cost through our partnership with Agrarian.***

World-Renowned Lever Wheel System

Custom Coops and Structures

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Coop and run we did for a family in southern Indiana with 16 birds.

PSE Goat Shed and Run

Goat shed and run we did for Paramount School of Excellence on the near east side of Indianapolis. The kids are milking the goats every morning and producing cheese from the milk!!

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Coop and run we did for Seven Steeples Farm on the former site of Central State Hospital in Indianapolis made possible by IU Health. Big enough for 50 birds!!

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Coop and walk-in run we did for a family on the north side of Indianapolis.

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Dog house with Gambrel roof and drop down doors.

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Coop and run we did for a feller in Zionsville, IN. Biggest run we’ve ever done at 10ft. wide x 80ft. long!!

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Cedar goat shed we built for a family in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood of Indianapolis.

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Coop and run we built for a family in Indianapolis underneath their old playhouse.

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Coop and run we built for a couple in downtown Indianapolis. Paint and trim to match their home!!

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Chicken coop in foreground and goat shed in background connected with a 12′ wide x 40′ long fenced-in, completely protected run.

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Typical Homesteader coop and run with an 8′ extension on the run. Still extremely mobile!!

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Homesteader Plus coop with 8′ wide x 44′ long run we built at Johnson Melloh Solutions on Indy’s west side!!

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The cutest coop we’ve ever built!!

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Homesteader Deluxe coop with 20’x20′ run.

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Homesteader Deluxe coop with a 12’x40′ run and it matches the pole barn!!





 

 

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Homesteader Chicken Coop