A Feather Revolution One Back Yard at a Time

By isak, October 28, 2009

Social Media Fans are Flocking to Win Themselves a Free Chicken Coop

Creative Coops (a small time manufacturer of modular chicken coops) has announced that it will give away a new back yard chicken coop worth $260. Keeping back yard chickens is a revolution that is spreading across the country. Facebook members are finding it easy to join in, because by just by signing up as Fans of the Facebook page Creative Coops, they are entered into the drawing. People have until, October 30, 2009 to sign up as fans. The drawing will take place at the APPLE Center for Sustainability in Nevada City, California on Halloween, October 31st.

Raising chickens in your backyardGrass Valley, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2009 — Why would anyone want a back yard chicken coop? Because raising chickens and enjoying fresh eggs is one thing people can do to off set rising food bills. Its fun, kids love it, and the eggs are healthy and delicious tasting from happy chickens. Producing food locally saves fossil fuels and it doesn’t get much more local than the back yard. Even the garden benefits from all the free fertilizer which serves to restore the soil. Only two or three fun and entertaining pet chickens will provide one to two dozen eggs per week.

For people tentatively taking their first step into the field of chickens, the back yard chicken coop offered by Creative Coops is an easy way to start small with only two to three chickens in a single hen house. But unlike any other coop on the market, all the parts are modular, so along with some new parts, customers can later transform what they have into a larger hen house to accommodate more chickens. One hen house can expand from 2′ x 2′ to 2′ x 4′ or as much as 4′ by 4′. “It’s like LEGO® meets chicken coops” says owner Mark Hall. Wheels can even be added allowing any hen house and pen to be easily moved around a yard. Everything is ordered over the internet and shipped to the customer’s front door.

Become a Fan of Creative Coops and join the feather revolution today!
Web site | Facebook

Related links about the feather revolution:
NY Times | The Economist

One Comment

  1. Rooster Shamblin says:

    //roostershamblin.wordpress.com/ please read my chicken blog. 40 years experience raising chickens.

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