A Blog from Chicken Wrangler Sara

Rachel commissioned little coops for each of her six bantam runs.bantam coopsShe actually traded a full day of babysitting for them. She watched eight children for 12 hours in exchange for six A-frame chicken coops. I’m not sure who got the better end of that deal.

The bantams are happy. They now have a safe place to sleep at night and a shelter for when it rains. They also roost on the top of the coops.

One day a chicken slid down the side. So the coop triples as a shelter, a roost, and a playground. What a great deal!

What more could a chicken want?