From: bad coffee <[address removed]>
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Sent: Friday, July 6,[masked]:15 AM
Subject: Re: [Just-Food-City-Chicken-Meetup-NYC] Coop for sale
Doh! The coop is on the Upper East Side, Manhattan.
Here are the pics:
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On Jul 6, 2012, at 9:06 AM, bad coffee wrote:
> 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.
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