It’s a huge 20ft x 12ft CHICKEN COOP — here’s how we built it to spoil our chickens!

This year we decided to go BIG with our backyard chickens by building them a huge walk-in chicken coop. We have nesting boxes, a roosting tree, gorgeous plants, an egg basket hanger, and an automatic chicken door. We’ve been raising chickens for about 10 years, and have always had small coops, but this year we searched around for the best chicken coop ideas and came up with this DIY homemade design. We built it from scratch without a plan, and we love how it turned out. Join us in this video as we complete our chicken coop project and give you a chicken coop tour!

Each morning on our one acre farm in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, we start the day with milking goats, feeding pigs, and gathering eggs. We have a small plot of land, but boy, do we make the most of it. Each animal on our farm is taken care of holistically & organically. We let the mama goats raise their babies until they reach 10 weeks of age and are naturally weaned from nursing. We keep a small herd of 5-7 milking goats, mainly the Nigerian Dwarf breed, although we still have the queen of the herd, Luna, our Nubian goat. We use the fresh goat’s milk to make cheese, butter, cream, and we use it in all sorts of baking & cooking. We love that we can walk into our backyard and gather food. It’s the best feeling ever!

After the morning chores, we usually tend to the pond — we’re always adding new pond plants and fish to maintain the delicate ecosystem of our natural swimming pool. Our backyard farm is full of adventures, and we’re so happy to share our farm vlog with you. Hopefully you can feel inspired to grow something of your own, or care for an animal with kindness like we strive to do. Thanks for watching!



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