The First Step In The Free-range Chicken Business Is Building A Perfect Chicken Coop

Build a chicken coop with a slight slope that is best for the outdoor ground but not too large. The coop can be built so that the environment inside the coop is not too wet.

The saying goes, “If you want to be good at what you do, you must first be good at what you do.” In today’s society, people are more and more in pursuit of a green diet.

In this environment, many young people working outside have the idea of starting a business back home. Free-range chickens have low start-up costs, good quality chicken meat, and high prices have been prevalent.

Many entrepreneurs have their hearts set on this project but do not understand how to build a chicken coop. Today, Longjiu will discuss the method of making a chicken coop for free-range native chickens.


Build a chicken coop with a slight slope that is best for the outdoor ground but not too large. The coop can be built so that the environment inside the coop is not too wet. You don’t have to worry about rainwater pouring into the cage on stormy days.

The chicken coop should set aside enough windows for ventilation, and the window curtains should be dark in the lower half and light in the upper half. In the lower part of the curtains, some facilities to prevent the curtains from blowing up in high winds can play the role of warmth and protection against thieves and wind.

The windows on the east and west walls of the chicken coop are the key to ventilation, especially in the summer, and are the key to cooling the enclosure. Suppose there are small coops inside the cage. It is recommended that the coop be equipped with a floor window for the chickens to enter and exit. The floor windows of two adjacent coops should avoid window-to-window.

The top of the chicken coop should also be placed with some straw or other items that have heat insulation and heat preservation effects. So that the temperature inside the chicken coop will not be too hot or too cold. The cage doors should be reinforced and locked, and rainproof eaves should be set above the doors and windows to prevent rain from drifting into the coop and causing stress on rainy days.

Once the interior of the chicken coop is built, you should start making the exterior of the coop. A well can be drilled at a suitable location from the coop. The water inside is warm in winter and cool in summer, which can meet the chickens’ daily water supply and can also be used for self-use. It is important to note that the well should be surrounded by a barrier net to prevent chicken manure from polluting the water.

At the back of the chicken coop, about 10 meters away from the coop, a chicken shed about 3 meters wide and extending to the far side can be built as needed. A water dispenser can be set up inside the chicken shed for the chickens to shelter from the sun and rain. Chicken sheds should be reasonably set up between chicken sheds and chicken sheds according to the number of chickens and the density of fruit trees.

The ground within the chicken farm should be as flat as possible to facilitate the movement of chickens. One of the biggest problems of chicken farming is the pollution caused by chicken manure. To reduce the impact of this problem, you can reasonably plant some fruit trees, such as peach and pear trees, within the chicken farm.

Fruit trees combined with chicken farming can save chicken feed costs and use chickens to drive insects to fruit trees. Chicken manure can also be used as fertilizer to improve the nutrition of fruit trees, promote the growth of fruit trees, and purify the air around the chicken coop, conducive to chicken farmers and chicken health to reduce illness. It is important to note that the fruit trees raised around the chicken coop should not use chemicals as much as possible.

On the periphery of the fruit trees, use isolation nets to isolate the farm from the outside world and install monitoring to prevent chickens from running away or being stolen by other animals. Cameras can be installed on the walls around and inside the coop to facilitate observation.

So the construction of the chicken coop is complete, and chicken farmers can feel free to buy chickens and start our chicken farming business.

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