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Coop for sale

From: bad c.
Sent on: Friday, July 6, 2012 9:05 AM
Hey all, 
We re-homed our three birds, and now I'm trying to sell the coop before we move to Michigan in August.

The coop is about 4'x4', raised up about 16" off the floor.  Total about 5' high.
The walls are insulated to keep it warm in winter and cooler in summer.  
There is a timer on the door that opens the door when you want in the morning. (You have to close it at night with a switch.)  
There's  a covered electrical box inside with a timer to plug in a light for winter.
It all unbolts so it will fit out my apartment door.

The water bucket has two poultry nipples for the birds to drink from, and a heater so the water doesn't freeze during the winter.

Also includes:
PVC feeder, which holds about a week's worth of food (for our three birds,)
PVC feeder for oyster shell.  Holds a couple of pounds, it's small and hangs in the coop.

All the food we have left, Maybe 2 bags of layer pellets, plus what's left in the bucket. I'm not sure of what brand without digging it out. 
25?# of crushed oyster shells, for nice hard eggs
Maybe a bag of sunflower seeds if there's any left
Can o dried meal worms, chicken treats.

I would be willing to help you move the coop and re-set it up.  All you need is a strong back and a pickup truck.  A large cargo van might work, but I'm not sure the sides of the coop will fit in the doors.

Here's a couple of pictures.  One note.  The side of the coop against the wall doesn't have shingles on it, yet.  I received a cease and desist call from my landlord when I was almost finished building the coop.  Seems that my neighbor was a med student and was studying for her finals.  Since that side of the coop was going against the wall, I held off on the shingles - they're here in a bin. If needed I can borrow an air compressor and finish the coop at your place.

The chicken run that you see is also included.  However, it's been outside for two winters and needs a little work.  The side panels/gate should be good, but the top is about garbage.

I'm asking $400, but the price is negotiable.

Brett

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