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    Itís not spinny so it must be flatwork

    This is one of the reasons that I havenít been on the board, building a chicken coop for my daughter.



    Now, should I make a few bowels that I have promised, or a mission style coffee table, also promised.
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    That is a great looking coop Chuck. Is that box on the end for food and tack storage or where the eggs roll off to?
    Darren

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    Beautiful, I have to have one of those!


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    Fine looking coop Chuck that should work just fine and HEY GOOD SEEING YA

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    Welcome back Chuck. Glad you found your way. Coop loks great!
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    welcome back chuck and i must say that i think the chickens my have gotten organized latly,, they getting some pretty good living qtrs from there owners latly this one and the one that ken built all are way better than the living qtrs, i remember as chicken houses.. maybe i should reincarnate as chicken it would be better than the housing i have now
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    Welcome back Chuck. Great coop. Wish i could keep my own chickens. I had a few in the military whole camp loved em.

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    cheers

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    Oh Larry can you lay eggs???

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    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Oh Larry can you lay eggs???

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    not any that i know of,, sometimes i have been told i smell like rotten ones though
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    Now that's what I call a coop! Well done. If it's not asking to much, how many hours are in that project? Russ

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