For this review, we were sent a free Omlet Universal Automatic Chicken Coop Door to test. All opinions are our own and represent our own experience with this product. In this article, we’ll show how we installed the Omlet Universal Automatic Chicken Coop Door in a coop we built ourselves. (We reviewed the […]
For this review, we were sent a free Omlet Universal Automatic Chicken Coop Door to test. All opinions are our own and represent our own experience with this product. In this article, we’ll cover our review of the automatic coop door when it’s installed in an Omlet chicken coop. For this review, we used our […]
Building your own DIY automatic coop door is easy with a ChickenGuard Automatic Coop Door Opener! (For this article, ChickenGuard provided us with a free Automatic Coop Door Opener. This article reflects my own personal opinions using this product). With the hot summers and chilly winters (with lots of freezing rain) in Southeast Missouri, making […]
Here’s part 1 of our new chicken coop build! It’s a time lapse of how we built the frame. So far, it’s cost us about $160 to build this coop – $80 for the hardware and $80 for the 2×4 wood.
September is here…..which means it’s time to think about what to do in your chicken coop in September! It’s pumpkin season, and there’s lots you can do in your coop this month! Help your flock stay healthy and keep your coop in top shape with these tips! If it gets cold early in your area, […]
Main Takeaways: In general, chicks can go into the coop when they’re fully feathered, and close to the same size as hens (about 10 – 12 weeks) I’ve had success introducing sooner, but they need to be big enough to defend themselves If you have multiple roosters, it’s best to wait until 12 – 16 […]