South City Chicken Coop

79 Chicken Tractor DIY Plans

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  1. 1) Surprising Woman’s Chicken Tractor Plan
  2. 2) Chicken Tractor Coop Design from Scrap Lumber
  3. 3) Master Chicken Tractor Coop
  4. 4) Moveable Poultry Pen
  5. 5) From Scrap to Chicken Tractor
  6. 6) Fancy Chicken Tractor With Wheels
  7. 7) Cheerful Mobile Chicken Coop
  8. 8) Garden House Coop Plan
  9. 9) A-Frame Coop Style
  10. 10) PVC Chicken Tractor Coop
  11. 11) Easy DIY Chicken Coop
  12. 12) Kevin’s Chicken Tractor
  13. 13) The Kerr Center Chicken Tractor
  14. 14) Robb’s Backyard Chicken Coop
  15. 15) The Feathery Factory Chicken Coop
  16. 16) Downeast Thunder Farm Chicken Coop
  17. 17) A Frame Chicken Coop
  18. 18) DIY Small Backyard Chicken Coop
  19. 19) M101 Chicken Coop
  20. 20) The Poop Coop
  21. 21) Urban Chicken Coop
  22. 22) Natalie’s Chicken Coop Design
  23. 23) The Palace Chicken Coop
  24. 24) South City Chicken Coop
  25. 25) Barn Geek Chicken Coop Plans
  26. 26) Trictle’s Chicken Coop
  27. 27) Chicken Coop Plan
  28. 28) My Six Chicks’ Chicken Coop
  29. 29) Pallet Palace Chicken Coop Design
  30. 30) Easy Chicken Coop Design
  31. 31) Free Pallet Chicken Coop
  32. 32) Wire Spools Chicken Coop
  33. 33) Home Depot Chicken Coop Plans
  34. 34) Farmer Kitty’s Coop
  35. 35) Shed Chicken Coop
  36. 36) The Hoop Coop Design
  37. 37) DIY Chicken Coop
  38. 38) Large Chicken Coop Design
  39. 39) Very Simple Chicken Coop
  40. 40) Mammy’s 1895 Chicken House
  41. 41) Sunrise Chicks Chicken Coop
  42. 42) Free and Easy Chicken Coop
  43. 43) The Self-Sustaining Chicken Coop
  44. 44) The Stoop Coop
  45. 45) Picturesque Chicken Coop
  46. 46) Garden Shed Chicken Coop Plans
  47. 47) The Crib Coop
  48. 48) The Trampoline Chicken Coop
  49. 49) Small DIY Chicken Coop
  50. 50) Ana White Chicken Coop
  51. 51) The Pallet Coop
  52. 52) Medium to Large Chicken Coop
  53. 53) The Tongue and Groove Coop
  54. 54) From Playhouse to Hen House
  55. 55) The Rustic/Whimsical Coop
  56. 56) Easy A-Frame Design Chicken Tractor Plan
  57. 57) Sadie Lane Chicken Tractor Design
  58. 58) Barn Tractor
  59. 59) Easy A-Frame Design Chicken Tractor Design
  60. 60) The Coco Chanel Chicken House
  61. 61) Bantam House Chicken Tractor Design
  62. 62) Hen Hideout Chicken Coop Design
  63. 63) Very Cheap and Efficient Chicken Coop Design
  64. 64) DIY Chicken Tractor
  65. 65) 4 x 10 Chicken Tractor Design
  66. 66) Large Hoop Chicken Tractor Design
  67. 67) The Lazy B Farm Chicken Tractor Design
  68. 68) Upcycled Chicken Tractor Plan
  69. 69) Pallet Chicken Tractor Design
  70. 70) Geodesic Chicken Tractor Plan
  71. 71) Shed Style Chicken Tractor Plan
  72. 72) Traditional Chicken Tractor Plans
  73. 73) Old Style Hen House Chicken Tractor
  74. 74) Joel Salatin Chicken Tractor Plan
  75. 75) The Easy to Move Chicken Tractor Plan
  76. 76) Chicken Tractor Plan with Bottom Run
  77. 77) Simple DIY Chicken Tractor Design
  78. 78) PVC Pipe Chicken Tractor Plans
  79. 79) Reclaimed Tractor Chicken Coop Design
  80. Conclusion

41) Sunrise Chicks Chicken Coop

Sunrise Chicks Chicken Coop

This is a chicken coop that looks like a trailer truck or a mobile home. It is small but functional and can house up to ten chickens at a time. The coop itself was made from wooden pallets and lumber for support.

Inside this chicken coop are areas where your chicken can rest and roost. Windows along the sides of the coop allow fresh air to come inside the structure. The large door allows you to enter the coop and check on your chickens and to get eggs. A small opening near the door allows the chickens to move in and out of the coop freely.

Although this chic chicken coop looks close to perfect, you can improve this design by adding wheels. These will let you move the coop to anywhere inside your yard. Another good idea is to place the coop inside a wire mesh fence or frame to keep your birds safe as these roam your backyard.

42) Free and Easy Chicken Coop

Free And Easy Chicken Coop

This is a chicken coop made from recycled wooden pallets with sheet metal for roofing. This is a makeshift coop that can accommodate about two chickens and can be placed inside a wooden frame with wire mesh.

Actually, this is a simple design with lots of potentials. This may be placed inside a wire mesh coop. It can be made bigger and taller to accommodate more chickens. This can be constructed on a wooden panel with wheels so you can roll it anywhere in your backyard. Compartments like the plastic container attached along the side make a good place to roost.

43) The Self-Sustaining Chicken Coop

The Self Sustaining Chicken Coop

This chicken coop has been featured in various sites and has been known as a sustainable chicken coop. Why is this so? Because you can grow food on top and take care of chickens at the bottom.

The space on top of the coop can be home to plants like vegetables and herbs. The coop can house as many as five chickens and these chickens, as well as their eggs, can be sources of food.

The coop is well made with a large door and windows on the side. The door and window serve as ventilation to keep the coop cool and perfect for chickens to rest and sleep. The coop is made from wooden pallets; from the roof to the posts.

A portion at the side of the coop can be opened to check for eggs and to get some if there are any. You can easily clean the coop if you wish because the door is very large. And since you are growing plants and vegetables on top, these can provide additional shade for your chickens on a rainy or during a hot day.

44) The Stoop Coop

The Stoop Coop

This is a very creative chicken coop design where your chickens can roost and rest inside the steps of your patio or yard. If you don’t have much room for a large chicken tractor or a traditional chicken coop then this design could be an inspiration.  Simply cut the first and second steps of a hollow ladder and place some dried grass or hay inside to make your chickens more comfortable.

And although this looks like a cute coop design, think about how your chickens would feel if you stomp on top of their house time and again each day. Your chickens won’t be able to sleep well or rest at all if this was the case!

You can use this design as inspiration though and create a ladder-type chicken coop instead of making one from the actual flight of steps.

45) Picturesque Chicken Coop

Picturesque Chicken Coop

Now, this is a chicken coop worth building in a garden or yard. This is not just a place to raise chickens but could also be a focal point for your guests to check out. This is a large coop which can accommodate five or more chickens at a time. The area is large and tall which makes it comfortable for chickens to live even if the weather is too hot or rainy.

The coop has a large door to let you in when you need to clean up or feed your chickens. A large chicken house is found on one side and this is where the chickens can stay during the night or when it’s rainy outside. The hen house is made from wooden pallets with a large door and a flap at the back of the house where you can get eggs.

This large coop can be upgraded to a chicken tractor coop just by adding wheels at the back. This way, you can take this to any part of your garden and keep your chickens safe when it is raining hard or during a storm.

46) Garden Shed Chicken Coop Plans

Garden Shed Chicken Coop Plans

This is an extra-large chicken coop that may be able to accommodate more than ten chickens. It is large with a high roof and walls made from wooden pallets and chicken wire mesh. This area lets your chickens roost on the ground and stay on the grass as well. And once it gets too cold, too wet or too hot, your chickens may stay inside a hen house that is attached to the wire chicken coop.

Now this hen house is large and may be mistaken as a storage shop or garage. It is made from wooden pallets and lumber for strength. It has a large door and a window where the air can pass through. A door will let you come inside the hen house to clean up and check on your chickens.

Now this plan is for a permanent structure in your yard but you can use this as an inspiration to make a smaller coop for your birds. Your coop becomes lighter as you create a smaller structure and this becomes the best size for a coop to have wheels. By adding wheels, you can now take this anywhere you want to go.

47) The Crib Coop

The Crib Coop

Do you know that you can make a chicken coop from all kinds of materials? This is a project plan to help you accomplish this. This plan transforms everyday things into something very useful like this old crib.

A crib has a large area to be used to take care of at least two chickens. A mounted crib is a blessing because you only need to do a few things to transform this into a full-fledged chicken coop. Roofing made from wooden pallets or from an old sheet of aluminum may be used.

Adding the usual chicken coop features will make it ready. A small door with a walkway should be constructed, nesting areas where the chickens can lay eggs and a large wired fenced area. This plan is fairly easy as long as you have all the materials ready.

48) The Trampoline Chicken Coop

The Trampoline Chicken Coop

Again, you can transform anything into a chicken coop and this is another classic example. This is an old trampoline that has seen years but the builder did not have the heart to throw it away because he can’t forget the good times they had on this trampoline.

So he did the unthinkable and transformed it into a fully-functioning chicken coop. This is an extra-large coop that will be able to accommodate up to ten or even more chickens if you have a bigger trampoline. The trampoline perimeter was wrapped with wire mesh which keeps the chickens safe and sound.

The top of the trampoline effectively shields the birds from the sun and rain. But in this design, the builder still added a hen house where the chickens can relax and sleep inside this wooden structure. And as you can see, this hen house has wheels which allow you to pull it anywhere with a tractor. This idea is simple, efficient and costs very little. You can also use other household items as long as these are sturdy and safe for your chickens.

49) Small DIY Chicken Coop

This is a chicken coop that has been permanently constructed in a yard but looking at its design, it can also be made into a chicken tractor coop. The main feature of this coop is the large screen door. It is basically the height of this coop and it also is the entryway to reach the chickens and the hen house at the back.

Large pieces of lumber were used to make the chicken coop frame while wire mesh was placed over the frame. The henhouse may be accessed by the chickens through a hole in the structure using a long and wide ladder.

The chicken house is large and is elevated to allow dirt to fall to the ground. It is well-ventilated through a large window found along the side of the structure. This design is simple and can actually be done in just a weekend as long as you have the right tools and materials.

Small Diy Chicken Coop

50) Ana White Chicken Coop

Ana White Chicken Coop

It’s hard to tell if this is a chicken coop or a place to store produce. This chicken coop was made from wooden pallets including the hen house that sits on top of the wire mesh coop.

The coop at the bottom keeps the chickens safe with a large door opening along the sides. The henhouse at the top may be accessed by the chickens from inside the coop- and this houses an area where the chickens can nest and rest.

Having a place to put produce is quite a unique idea and would surely be a good design to consider if you are selling these along with chickens and eggs. This can make a great produce stand and an inspiration to make new and interesting chicken coop designs.