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As a chicken keeper, I am constantly amazed at what people are willing to spend to safely house their chickens. At a $2000 price tag, one would have to gather 1000 dozen eggs just to pay for this coop. Nine chickens will take more than two years to produce this many, meanwhile consuming feed. When I come to Instructables, I'm not looking for a restated instruction manual for a commercially available product. I'm looking for instructions on how to duplicate the features of this coop at a fraction of its cost using off the shelf or recycled materials. Meanwhile, my chickens are happy, safe and content in a remodeled dog kennel.
I am new to this LED world and have been impressed with the versatility of the strips. Your Instructable is a good intro to customizing for various locations. Thanks. (Time to rewire the kitchen!)
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