Do you have a growing flock? Or maybe you’re ready to hit the ground running with a large flock from the get-go. Either way, this large chicken coop kit for up to 15 chickens is the perfect solution for those who take raising chickens seriously. Built by Amish-trained craftspeople using high-quality materials, this large chicken coop will comfortably house plenty of chickens to keep your fridge, and maybe your neighbor’s, full of eggs. Keep reading to learn more about this easy to assemble large chicken coop kit for up to 15 chickens.Learn More
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Should I buy or build a Large Chicken Coop Kit?
When it comes to buying or building a chicken coop, the best answer depends on several different factors. For those who know the construction, and have the time and tools, it may be better to build. But for those who aren’t so handy, have busy schedules, and need it soon, there are many coops already made to choose from.
How much do Large Chicken Coop Kits cost?
Large Chicken Coop Kit costs $1,899 (delivery is not included in this price).
How hard is it to assemble a Large Chicken Coop Kit?
Assembling a Large Chicken Coop Kit can take some time, but it isn’t overly challenging. If you like to work on DIY projects you should have the kit assembled in less than 1 hour.
How many chickens can fit in a Large Chicken Coop Kit?
A Large Chicken Coop Kit can house up to 15 chickens.
How many eggs a week can 15 chickens produce?
Fifteen chickens can produce between 60-90 eggs per week.
How much room do I need in my yard for a Large Chicken Coop Kit?
To put the Large Chicken Coop Kit in your yard, you will need a minimum space of around 6 ft. X 5 ft.
How big of a chicken coop do I need for 15 chickens?
When looking for a chicken coop for 15 chickens, you would need to purchase a Large Chicken Coop Kit.
How big of a chicken run do I need for 15 chickens?
When looking into purchasing a run for 15 chickens, it is best to go with too much space than not enough. The recommended amount is 8-10 square feet per chicken, which would be between 120-150 square feet.