The Car Chicken Coop


Building a homemade chicken coop can be easier than you think. The most common problem you encounter with chicken coops is their unpleasant aspect. But who said that such a thing can’t be stylish too? Just take a look at this next retro-looking chicken coop which was built inside a 1970 Morris Traveller. The owner of the hen house was looking for something unique which can be transformed into a coop and found this retro Morris Traveller with the help of a friend. The total cost of this project (including the Traveller) was less than $500, so this was a great investment for both the owner and the little hens which now have a cool place to live…







2 Responses to “The Car Chicken Coop”

  1. dark horse says:

    So the hens have a “cool place to live”? I was just thinking about how hot it would get in that car. Would you want to be in there in the summer? It’s illegal to leave pets in hot cars where I live. What a horrible way for a living creature to spend its life. Enjoy those eggs! (Also imagine the smell and how hard it would be to clean. Your neighbors would love you.)

  2. Andrea Braden says:

    I love the car chicken houses. I don’t think anyone in their right mind would put chickens in a hot car chicken house in the hot summer but you could put some easy opening windows with chicken wire over them and it would be a great chicken house for the cold winters.

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