16 Stylish Backyard Chicken Coops You Can Buy

These roosts rule.

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Ikaroo

Looking to start raising chickens on your own? These backyard chicken coops house hens in high style.

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Wayfair
Rooftop Garden Chicken Coop

$720


Not only does this chicken coop provide a safe and spacious living area for your chickens, but it also includes a side "rooftop" garden where you can grow small plants and herbs.

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a frame chicken coop
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A-Frame Chicken Coop

$190


How adorable is this A-frame chicken coop?! Plus, the top of the side hutch opens up for easy access to eggs and cleaning.

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Wayfair
Barn Chicken Coop

$410

This weather-resistant chicken coop will hold about nine chickens, and it includes nesting boxes.

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Wayfair
Cottage Chicken Coop

$199

This versatile coop can hold two rabbits or two chickens.

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garden bed chicken coop
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Garden Bed Chicken Coop

$212

To protect against predators, this coop is secured with wire mesh fencing. It also includes a slide-out tray underneath the hutch for easy cleaning.

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Barn Chicken Coop with Roosting Bar

$410

With five nesting boxes, this large coop will hold six to 10 chickens. There's also 10 latched doors and three roosting bars.

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chicken coop with poultry hutch
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Wooden Chicken Coop with Poultry Hutch

$180

This farmhouse style chicken coop comes with everything you and your chickens will need: a pull-out tray for easy cleaning, a nesting box, and a ramp.

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tower chicken coop
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Aria The Tower Coop

$196


Your chickens will be protected in this tower hutch made from lightweight, insect-resistant fir lumber.

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chicken coop with nesting box and outdoor run
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Wooden Chicken Coop with Nesting Box and Outdoor Run

$368


This chicken coop made from fir wood guarantees you that it will withstand normal wear and tear.

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chicken coop with roosting bar
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Chicken Coop with Roosting Bar

$335


If you're looking for a country chic chicken coop, this is your best bet!

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Amazon
Wooden Backyard Chicken Coop With Bunny Rabbit Hutch and Outdoor Run

$160

This backyard chicken coop includes a ramp to the raised housing area that both chickens and rabbits can use.

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little barn chicken hutch
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Little Barn Chicken Hutch

$338


If you're looking for more of a traditional country design, this little barn coop is a great option, espeically since it comes with a free range area.

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barn chicken pen
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Old Barn Chicken Pen

$308

This affordable coop comes with an expansion pen that allows you to house more chickens than a standard coop. The more, the merrier!

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Modern Chicken Coop

$120


If you're looking for a chicken coop that is more contemporary in design, this one is the perfect statement piece for your backyard.

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chicken coop with poultry cage
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Wooden Chicken Coop with Backyard Nest Box

$176

This wooden coop comes with a metal locking system to make sure your chickens stay safe and secure.

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Carleen Madigan
'The Backyard Homestead' Book

$19

Now that you have your dream coop, it's time to make some fresh eggs. This how-to guide will show you how you can harvest 1,400 (!) eggs on just a quarter of an acre of land.

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