DIY ProjectsBuild Homesteading Trampoline Chicken Coop Project

Build Homesteading Trampoline Chicken Coop Project

How to build a homesteading trampoline chicken coop project is a great way to recycle and repurpose a broken item into a truly useful housing for chickens.

Build Homesteading Trampoline Chicken Coop Project

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If you have an old trampoline in your backyard and you do not know what to do with it, here is a very easy and effective DIY project you might want to consider. Create a homestead chicken coop in an old-school treehouse-style with your old trampoline. This is how to do it.

Pull the trampoline frame apart and used the pieces of the round frame to make two 2-section arches. Ensure that the leg stubs are pointing at each other.

Connect the 2 halves of the outside frame into the leg stubs on each side by inserting 3 8-foot of the safety-net pole. Ensure to have the right angles even though they might not be symmetrical.

Use straps to hold the frame together before attaching your 4 by 8 section of corrugated aluminum.

Get the second sheet and attach the same way. You can now remove the tie-down straps.

On each side, ensure to add one more horizontal support and arch section. Attaché the tie-down straps at the center of the completed section to hold them in place.

Keep repeating the above steps until the roof and frame is completed.

Use a 2×8 inch to build the bottom frame box. Before setting the box frame, make sure you create a level foundation.

Once this is done, you can then attach the arched roof and install the doors and the hardware cloth.

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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