Building A Chicken Coop Review
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Just recently Bill Keene launched his new chicken coop plans eBook entitled Building a Chicken Coop. It’s great to see a new product out there especially one that is so complete and thorough, This particular product has 3 very detailed chicken coop plans which includes a small mobile coop, a medium sized one and a larger premium style coop which means no matter what your budget or yard size you can get up and running in no time.
One of the best things about this product is that on top of the 3 very detailed step by step plans, there is about 70 pages of information containing everything you need to know before you actually get started. There is plenty of information about various chicken breeds and what would be best for various environments and climates.
It has information on how to successfully raise chicks, and how to care for adult chickens and very importantly it goes into some detail about the various predators your coop is likely to encounter. It comes with a bunch of bonuses too including
- How to best position your chicken coop
- How to easily build nesting boxes out of common material
- Best material for Chicken coop floor
- The Cheapest materials to build your coop out of.
I went and bought this product and have done a video review of it for you where I go through and show each of the chicken coop plans, I go over the table of contents of the 57 page eBook called “Building a Chicken Coop” and I touch on each of the bonus eBooks too.
What Type of Chicken Coops Can You Build with this Guide?
There are detailed plans for building 3 types of chicken coops in the guide. The smallest is the mobile coop while there is also the medium and large premium coop.
What I Have Learned by Reading “Building a Chicken Coop”
There is a lot of knowledge about chicken coops included inside this guide that are very relevant when you are looking to build one. For example, I have learned how to make nesting boxes using easy to find materials, where to put the chicken coop for the most benefits, where to find really cheap and good materials to make the coop etc.
The Good & Bad Point
The primary advantage of Keene’s eBook is that it is quite easy to understand. Beginners, or people who do not have much experience in carpentry, can easily follow the instructions and build their own coop.
The diagrams in the document also provide a clear picture of what a builder can expect from his labor. They also make it easier to follow the step-by-step instructions.
The Building a Chicken Coop guide has a lot of advantages; but if there is one thing that can be said about its limitation, it is that it really requires you to invest some time on the project which a small number of individuals may not have. Having said that, the document is still very useful and user-friendly.
Furthermore, it definitely costs less than buying a pre-built coop. If you have the time to spare and the patience to build, then it is to your advantage to pickup a copy.
What Can You Find in the “Building a Chicken Coop” Guide
This guide contains around 70+ pages that teach you everything you need to know before you can start building your own chicken coop. After you know what you generally need to do, you will be guided by 3 very detailed and clearly explained step by step plans.
Besides information about building chicken coops, there is also other great information about raising chickens included. For example, it teaches you how to raise chicks, how to care for different breeds of chickens in different temperatures and climates, how to prevent other animals from attacking the coop, how to raise adult chickens, etc.
Building a Chicken Coop is well worth the money a chicken farmer is willing to shell out if you want a step-by-step easy to follow guide to construct your own chicken coop. It also comes packaged with 4 useful bonus guides that compliment the main guide. It’s a solid investment, particularly for people who like do-it-yourself projects and who are into poultry farming.
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