Come tour this homesteading chapel chicken coop tractor that is a beautiful piece of craftsmanship that any homesteader would proudly use to house their chickens. The builder of this chapel chicken coop is a pastor who favored a small coop in the style of a church which he named “Wee Kirk”.
There are large doors on both the East and West sides of the chicken coop for easy cleaning.
The builder, Todd, also shares all the great features of the chicken coop to ensure the good health and safety of his chickens. The sign of a great thinker is after thought, which he shares what he would or may still change as ways to improve on the design.
I feel blessed to have seen such an beautiful chicken coop tractor, yes it is truly beautiful.
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