Backyard Chicken Coops For Sale!
Welcome to Backyard Chicken Coops For Sale. Backyard chicken coops have become increasingly popular in recent years for a number of reasons and this site explores many of those reasons and opens your world to the benefits of having chickens as pets. Chickens are beautiful creatures and like to co-habit with their owners. Fortunately, you don’t need to let them into your house (although they will try at times). Chickens will become part of your family and will start to miss you if you are not spending enough time with them. Don’t worry, it may sound ridiculous, but it wont be long before you find yourself missing them just as much when they’re not around!
And, not to mention… chickens are very cute:
Backyard chicken coops are an excellent investment because chickens make great pets that are sociable, but don’t mind if you go a away for a few days; chickens are low maintenance; chickens eat unwanted bugs (this includes spiders); by owning free range chickens, you don’t have to feel guilty about buying caged eggs, in which the chickens are forced into a tinny cage to lay eggs and aren’t allowed to run free (like in your backyard); and most importantly – chickens lay delicious eggs that are much much tastier than caaged eggs (usually one egg every single day for about 3 years)!
The following are good places to start looking if you are interested in buying a chicken coop for your backyard:
1. This website offers chicken coops for sale, which may be useful for you.
2. China sells directly to most countries and includes delivery – I purchased my chicken coop in Australia for about $215 through a Chinese importer, and it was delivered to my front door within a week.
3. E-bay and trading posts are often riddled with used and new backyard chicken coops for sale in all sizes and ranges.
4. If you’re relatively handy and keen to build your own chicken coop, please review the following link on how to build a chicken coop in your backyard.
The cost of buying a backyard chicken coop is relatively small and often negated by the money saved by having an almost endless supply of fresh chicken eggs for the next 3 or more years.
The cost of the average backyard chicken coop ranges from your basic, build it yourself, flat pack chicken coop, suitable for up to 3 chickens, at about $180 – through to your barn style, production line chicken coops which can cost into the thousands.
This site will help people looking at developing a backyard chicken coop by providing information on: how to build or buy a chicken coop; how to look after your new chicks or chickens; which chickens to buy; and what makes a chicken happy.
I hope this site has helped you and provided you with the information you require on how to to have your own backyard chicken coop. If you would like more information or you would like to provide this site with a picture of your own backyard chicken coop or chickens, please visit the contact me link.