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

61) Bantam House Chicken Tractor Design

This chicken tractor design is very straightforward with a hen house and a wire mesh section. Large wheels can be seen at the bottom of the hen house and this lets you pull it to wherever you want in your yard.

The coop and house were made from strong wood pallets. It has a very easy design plus it is easy to set up in any yard. The hen house is large and can fit about four to five chickens. The chickens can be safe here as they roost and lay eggs.

The area near the ground is spacious and it is where chickens eat and get some sun. The structure may be hitched at the back of a tractor. You can further improve this design by making it bigger for more chickens and by placing a cover at the top of the wire mesh coop.

Bantam House Chicken Tractor Design

62) Hen Hideout Chicken Coop Design

Hen Hideout Chicken Coop Design

This chicken coop accommodates up to five to six chickens. It is spacious with room for chickens to roam, eat, socialize and to roost and lay eggs. The ground area is protected by wire mesh from the sides to the top. It has no roof so air moves in and out of the coop easily. This section is spacious as it is tall to prevent chickens from flying out (these feathered friends can actually fly short distances) and will also stop cats and rats from entering.

The hen house is elevated and can be accessed by a small portal at the side. There is also a door from the outside of the coop and this is where you open up and clean the hen house. The interiors are spacious so five chickens may comfortably roost and relax here. By the time your hens lay eggs, you can conveniently get these from a flap along the side of the house.

This chicken tractor coop may be wheeled to any area in your yard in case it rains hard or if there is a storm. If you are planning to take care of more chickens, you can make this larger and wider. Remember that a chicken needs at least 3 to 4 square feet of space inside a coop.

63) Very Cheap and Efficient Chicken Coop Design

Very Cheap And Efficient Chicken Coop Design

This chicken coop is very cheap to build because you can use cheap wooden pallets to construct it. It is as large as a small cabin and can house as many as six chickens. There is no outdoor wide mesh for this chicken tractor design, therefore, the hen house is where the chickens stay to eat and roost.

The hen house is spacious with a triangular roof to improve circulation. A large door on the front is where you can access the interior of the hen house so you can clean up and feed your birds.

One important thing to consider in choosing this design is that you must carefully consider the amount of space per chicken. Chicken coops could become very crowded when you don’t have an outdoor frame.

And despite its size and design, this is a chicken tractor which can be towed to safety. This design can be further improved if you wish to take care of more chickens. You can make it larger, wider and taller so your chickens can make this their comfortable home.

64) DIY Chicken Tractor

Diy Chicken Tractor

This chicken tractor is long and spacious. It can fit about five or more chickens and it has an open air area and a chicken house area. The two sections are connected therefore the chickens move in and out of the house as they please. The open-air section is the largest area and it is where the chickens eat and socialize. It is short but is safe. Wire mesh cover was placed along the sides and at the top so that predators won’t be able to enter the coop.

On the other hand, the hen house is spacious and can be a good place to rest and lay eggs. An opening from the back lets you access the nests and lets you harvest eggs as you please. This DIY tractor coop can be moved easily from one area to another even without the help of a tractor. It is lightweight because it is made from light materials and can be constructed in just a day.

65) 4 x 10 Chicken Tractor Design

4 X 10 Chicken Tractor Design

This is a chicken coop made from plastic hoops that are quite similar to tents. It has a long outer area where chickens can move on the ground to eat and see the world and a covered area where the hens roost and lay eggs. This design is a makeshift design made from readily available materials so it is affordable and easy to build.

The hen house at the back is averagely-sized and may only fit three chickens. A flap at the back opens up to clean the hen house and to gather eggs. You can further expand this design by making the plastic hoop section longer and the hen house larger as well.

And because this is a tractor coop, the structure may be taken to any area in your yard. It is a simple design but lacks roofing in case it rains or it’s too hot outside. Moving this coop could be the best option in case these happen.×10-tractor.47785/

66) Large Hoop Chicken Tractor Design

Large Hoop Chicken Tractor Design

This is a portable chicken coop that was made from a large hoop, wooden pallets, and wire mesh. The two large hoops were positioned to provide the frame of the coop; the wire was placed along the top of the coop as well as on the doors of the coop to keep predators out and to prevent the chickens from escaping.

This size chicken coop can accommodate at least three chickens. This is simple and is lightweight. You can move it anywhere in your yard easily using a tractor or even by hand. This chicken coop can be extended at the front as well as the back to accommodate more chickens.

Another upgrade would be placing a hen house or attaching this structure to a hen house so that chickens can move in and out of the hen house to roost, rest and lay eggs. Adding a tarp or a plastic sheet on top of this portable chicken coop is also a good idea to provide some shade from the sun and rain.

67) The Lazy B Farm Chicken Tractor Design

The Lazy B Farm Chicken Tractor Design

This chicken tractor design is so simple you can build this out of simple materials you have in your garage. This has a curved structure that lets you easily drape a large tarp on top. Chickens can comfortably roost, eat and socialize underneath this tarp which provides protection from extreme sun and rain.

The back is just another piece of wire fence reinforced with chicken wire mesh. The finer chicken wire mesh keeps even the smallest predators like rats from entering the coop. This is also a good idea if you are taking care of newly hatched chicks or for young birds.

This structure may be easily moved from one place to another. This is lightweight with small wheels attached at the back to let you drag it anywhere with a tractor.

You can improve this design by adding more wire at the front to provide more room for more chickens. You may also connect this to a chicken house or hen house especially when you are taking care of chickens for eggs.

68) Upcycled Chicken Tractor Plan

Upcycled Chicken Tractor Plan

This tractor coop looks like a hockey goal which was reinforced with wire with a hanging nest for the chicken to roost and lay eggs. This is a small but portable coop that can house just two chickens. You can move it anywhere in your yard and keep it in a covered place like a garage or shed in case it rains.

This makeshift tractor coop may be improved by adding a tarp on top to shelter the chickens from extreme heat and rain. The frame may also be improved so that it can become a rectangular shaped pen to accommodate more chickens. A small henhouse may also be constructed at the side to let the chickens roost especially at night time.

69) Pallet Chicken Tractor Design

Pallet Chicken Tractor Design

The photo is an unfinished chicken tractor made from wooden pallets. The coop is large as you can see and can accommodate at least four to five chickens. With this space, chickens can eat, socialize and roost but still, it needs a durable cover or roof and wire mesh walls at least to prevent the chickens from moving out of the pen and to prevent rats and cats from entering the coop.

This coop will be fitted with large wheels so that it can be easily moved anywhere in your yard. And since this is made of wooden pallets, you can expect this to be light and very easy to take anywhere.

70) Geodesic Chicken Tractor Plan

Now, this is a unique way to take care of chickens and it has been featured in a number of websites as well. This is a geodesic chicken tractor design that uses PVC tent frames to make the chicken coop frame. The frames have been bent and arranged in a curved pattern to provide ample coverage from the sun and rain.

There is plenty of room inside this tractor coop so you can take care of at least five or seven chickens at a time depending on the size of the coop you will construct. The chickens were given areas to roost, eat and move around and a tarp has been placed on top as a cover. The entire coop structure can be moved from one area of the yard to another. You can also make this bigger and taller if you have longer PVC tent frames handy.

Geodesic Chicken Tractor Plan