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I have a few chickens, and I am about to get some more. I also have a lot of green grass. So I had to make a chicken ...
24 1x2x8ft lumber $24 1 24x 50ft chicken wire $15 1 box of 3/4 screws $6 6 packs of washers $6 4 hinges $4 2 latch ...
ends are 2 4ft pieces and 3 2ft pieces and the sides are 2 8ft pieces and 3 2ft pieces. for each tractor you will need to cut 6x ...
this is a fun balancing act when you are doing this alone. but again pre-drill the screw holes.
this is a edit, as when I built it i made the door prior to adding the wire. but to save yourself a ton of headaches just build ...
remember those washer? this is when you use them. start the roll at one side of the door and roll it along (attaching it with the screw/washers). the chicken wire ...
a laying box is necessary if you don't want to crawl in after the eggs. putting in next to the door is an even better idea.
a little canvas or a tarp will work just fine for some shade for your chickens. then put the tractor on some grass and add some chickens.
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