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DIY Trampoline Chicken Coop [Picture Instructions] Give your old trampoline a new life by aborning it into a fun and effective chicken coop

DIY Trampoline Chicken Coop [Picture Instructions] Give your old trampoline a new life by aborning it into a fun and effective chicken coop (Chicken Houses Diy)

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DIY rabbit cage. We haven't caged Minker for years, but if your rabbit needs boundaries, this is a great DIY for a decent bunny bachelor/bachelorette pad.

We havent caged Minker for years, but if your rabbit needs boundaries, this is a great DIY for a decent bunny bachelor/bachelorette pad.

Build A DIY Chicken Tunnel In Your Backyard

video] Here is a look at our chicken run, or "Chunnel" as we call it. We have 3 chicken yards with the chunnel that runs between them all so the girls can travel around.

A popular connection kit from hutch or shed to run. Includes: 2 x Runaround Sliding Doors 1 x 4ft, 8ft,12ft or 16ft Pipe & Hoops (to secure into soft ground) Choice of 6 or 8" diameter pipe. The 6"pipe bends quite easily. As a guide most rabbits fit the 6 inch pipe up to 4kg in weight. After this weight you may be best choosing the 8 inch pipe. In our experience this will fit a continental giant and the larger lop breeds. You will need to cut an aperture in wooden side or th...

A popular connection kit from hutch or shed to run. Includes: 2 x Runaround Sliding Doors 1 x 4ft, 8ft,12ft or 16ft Pipe & Hoops (to secure into soft ground) Choice of 6 or 8" diameter pipe. The 6"pipe bends quite easily. As a guide most rabbits fit the 6 inch pipe up to 4kg in weight. After this weight you may be best choosing the 8 inch pipe. In our experience this will fit a continental giant and the larger lop breeds. You will need to cut an aperture in wooden side or th...