Mobile Pre-Fab Chicken Coop Kit
With our Pre-Fab coops you get all of the needed materials to build a complete
coop. Our pre-fab coops are shipped flat packed which reduces the shipping cost
by half to most locations. Most of the lumber is pre-cut including the siding
and most of the trim. On the small and medium pre-fab coops the walls are assembled
and wired for quick assembly. On the large and mega coops some panels are pre-assembled
but the walls will need to be assembled and wired after un-packaging the coop.
The nest boxes are also pre-cut as well as the front handles. Assembly time
for a pre-fab coop will range from 6 to 10 hours for the average builder. Comes
complete with all of the framing screws, hardware, wheels, axles, lumber, wire,
roofing and screws, and a complete set of plans. All you will need to buy
are trim nails and staples for a pneumatic staple and nail gun you if you have
them. You can use 2" finish nails and 3/4" staples. If you are doing wire and
trim by hand trim screws and 3/4" poultry staples are provided.
- Small Pre-Fab Coop
- Medium Pre-Fab Coop
- Large Pre-Fab Coop
- Mega Pre-Fab Coop
- Grower Pen Pre-Fab
of A Coop
Raising chickens for organic eggs? When buying a chicken coops, there
are many things to consider. Please see below for the explanation of the
features of a chicken coop. Not all features are included in every coop..
Many Chicken Will You Have?
The number of chickens you’ll have depends on how much space you
have available. But if you get an idea of how many chickens you want, and
how many eggs you can expect from them.. Read
Much Space Do You Have?
Recognize how much space you have to work with is the crucial first
step as you decide which chicken coop is for you. Do you live in a suburban
neighborhood? A row home? A rural.. Read All
||We are a small family owned business located
in Burnet, Texas in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. We raise and sell
fresh eggs and produce from our backyard flock of chickens and garden. After
researching ideas for a mobile coop, I decided to design and build my own.
That first coop has evolved into the development of mobilechickencoops.com.
I built my first chicken coop when I was just 13 and have built coops and
raised chickens ever since. Our goal is to provide affordable and functional
chicken coops for people like us who want a small flock of chickens for
fresh eggs. We hope you will find our site useful and will enjoy our products
as much as we do!