15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas | Cool DIY Homesteading Projects by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/15-awesome-chicken-coop-ideas-designs/

37 Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas [2nd Edition]

15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas | Cool DIY Homesteading Projects by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/15-awesome-chicken-coop-ideas-designs/

This is my chicken water feeder that I made that keeps the water fresh without making a mess and keeps the flies out. #chickens # crooks #chicken-coop

How to Build a Chicken Coop in 4 Easy Steps [2nd Edition]

This is my chicken water feeder that I made that keeps the water fresh without making a mess and keeps the flies out. #chickens # crooks #chicken-coop

Blog sobre bricolaje casero, ocio, humor, huerto casero y todo sobre gallineros y hornos de leña, entre otras muchas cosa más.

Blog sobre bricolaje casero, ocio, humor, huerto casero y todo sobre gallineros y hornos de leña, entre otras muchas cosa más.

How to Make a Chicken Waterer  Here's an easy and super cheap way to make a chicken waterer. You can possibly make it for free, using all recycled materials. (I made mine for $1.00 because I found a cake pan at a dollar store.)

How to Make a Chicken Waterer Here's an easy and super cheap way to make a chicken waterer. You can possibly make it for free, using all recycled materials. (I made mine for $1.00 because I found a cake pan at a dollar store.)

Chicken feeders are insanely expensive...or maybe I'm just insanely cheap. $30+ for a bucket with holes in it just seemed wrong to me. I made this one from a Home Depot bucket bolted to a 16" plant saucer, for a total cost of about $8. If you look closely you can see openings around the bottom of the bucket (made using my trusty Dremel tool) for the feed to come out of. I left the handle on the bucket so I can hang the feeder if I want to.

Chicken feeders are insanely expensive...or maybe I'm just insanely cheap. $30+ for a bucket with holes in it just seemed wrong to me. I made this one from a Home Depot bucket bolted to a 16" plant saucer, for a total cost of about $8. If you look closely you can see openings around the bottom of the bucket (made using my trusty Dremel tool) for the feed to come out of. I left the handle on the bucket so I can hang the feeder if I want to.

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