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Backyard Chicken Coop Sheds

If you’re trying to find your flock a new home or want to start raising chickens of your own, you’ve come to the right place.

Happy chickens lay the best eggs and are far tastier if they end up on the dinner table. Thankfully, our backyard chicken coop sheds come complete with nesting boxes, roosts, and outside access doors, all of which make for happy chickens. You can even gather eggs from outside using the easy lift egg access doors. Find out what makes our American made backyard chicken coops some of the best for sale in the entire Midwest.

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Sizes, Pricing, and Siding Options

Size
Urethane
Painted
7' x 8'
9' x 8'
11' x 8'

Standard Features

Dimensions

Sidewall height
4 ft.
Overall building height for 7 ft. wide
7 ft. 8 in.
Overall building height for 9 ft. wide
8 ft. 7 in.
Overall building height for 11 ft. wide
8 ft. 11 in.
Door opening height
5 ft. 6 in.
Door opening width
2 ft. 6 in.
Roosting bars
8 ft.
1' Nesting boxes
6
Vented ridge
Yes

Details

Non-insulated 18"x23" windows
3
T-handle with lock and key
1
12"x18" flip down chicken door
1
4"x6" skids (7', 9' wide building)
2
4"x6" skids (11' wide building)
4
Double top plates on all walls
Yes

Manufacturer Warranties

LP SmartSide®
5/50 year limited warranty
LP ProStruct® flooring
1/10 year limited warranty
Metal roofing
Limited lifetime warranty
Urethane finish
10 year no-fade limited warranty
Sherwin-Williams® paint
Limited lifetime warranty

Chicken Coop FAQ

Is it cheaper to build or buy a chicken coop shed?

Although you can build yourself a chicken coop at a low cost, your coop will not be built with the same quality as if you bought it. You will save yourself time and hassle by buying your chicken coop.

Can you rent to own a chicken coop shed?

With a chicken coop, it is best to buy it with cash, as most financing companies require additional paperwork for a chicken coop. Financing companies don’t like to repossess a dirty building so that is why it’s not worth the extra hassle with rent to own.

Are chicken coop sheds worth it?

Chicken Coop sheds are one of the best investments you can make for your chickens. The Countryside Barns’ built in nesting boxes are super handy! Since the Chicken Coop is designed specifically for the chickens, you won’t have to worry about making any changes or modifications to the shed once it comes. You can just move your chickens and enjoy their wonderful new home.

What is the best chicken coop shed siding?

Our LP SmartSide is the perfect solution for you! LP SmartSide is backed by a 50-year prorated, limited warranty on the substrate. For the finish, the Sherwin-Williams paint which has a limited lifetime warranty is the best option.

How many chickens can live in a chicken coop?

The number of chickens in your coop depends on the size of the chicken coop. In a 7×8 coop, you can hold around 5-20 chickens, a 9×8 coop can hold around 15-25 chickens, and an 11×8 coop can hold around 25-35 chickens.

Why do chicken coop sheds need windows?

A chicken coop needs windows for ventilation and light!

Why is it good to elevate chicken coop sheds?

There are a number of reasons why it is beneficial to elevate the chicken coop. Several would include protection from predators, helping with ventilation, allowing easier clean-up, easier portability, and making egg collection simpler.

Why should I choose Countryside Barns for my Chicken Coop?

When you buy from Countryside Barns, you are buying a chicken coop that will make for happy chickens, which will make delicious eggs, and delicious eggs will make it totally worth it!