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I asked my sweet wife what she wanted our new coop to look like--when she asked if it could look like a pagoda, what could I do? Thank the lord for guerrilla carpentry skills. It also has a number of hassle saving features: rain gutter supplies a bucket with watering nipples, nestbox has a wall that opens to a counter top: ez to load eggs into the carton or to sweep out nests, back door of coop opens onto compost bins--so ez to sweep fowl-ed bedding direct into composters, etc. Check it out during the Bull City Chicken Coop Tour, sat. Oct. 27, 2012.
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The Raleigh Durham Backyard Poultry Meetup Group is for people who have small backyard flocks of chickens for pets, eggs, and meat.
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