Friday, May 22, 2009

Build A Coop -- A Review

This is what every product in the world should be like…straight forward, no nonsense, to the point and useful. I know some folks would think, “Why would you want to build a chicken coop yourself?” Well, if they knew how expensive these things were to buy, they wouldn’t be asking the question. And besides, it really isn’t hard if you have a good tutorial. And that’s where “How To Build A Chicken Coop” comes in.

Okay, let me just get to the best part of this book because it is so critical. Inside, you will find cross sectional diagrams of the whole process. In other words, you don’t just get one of those horrible instructional kits with your typical “insert post A into slot C” mumbo jumbo. This book is so well illustrated, that even somebody who has NEVER picked up a hammer and saw in their lives can put one of these things together. These diagrams alone are worth the price of the book. But there’s more, lot’s more.

The tips inside will allow you to build a chicken coop for pennies on the dollar for what it would cost to buy one ready made. And you won’t be scrimping on materials. The author shows you what to get so that you’ll be building the absolute best chicken coop for your needs and it still won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

But the book is more than just about building a chicken coop. There are some incredible tips inside such as the 9 daily, monthly and yearly chores that you must do in order to keep your chickens healthy, happy and laying eggs all year round.

There are also a ton of great bonus books that come with this, such as one on how to build nesting boxes for free. Yes, free. There’s another book on how to best position your chicken coop and how to get the best materials.

Look, I can go on talking about this really useful (about time too) book on this subject. But why not just go to the man’s site (his name is Bill Keene) and see for yourself.

Here is the link to the site.

Building a Chicken Coop

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