Just like houses, chicken coops come in all shapes and sizes. Judy Pangman presents how-to drawings and conceptual plans for 45 coops — from the strictly practical to flights of fancy — guaranteed to meet the needs of every bird owner, however big or small your flock may be. Color photographs and innovative suggestions fill this encouraging guide, while lively anecdotes profile an array of coop builders and their various construction methods. Start building the coop of your chickens’ dreams!
Horrible excuse for a book
The first few pages were interesting but nothing you can't read on the Internet within 15 minutes of searching for "backyard chickens". This is seriously the worst $10 I have spent since I've owned my iPad which is a long time. It was so bad I actually thought I needed to post this review to keep others away. I was looking for some design and plans and this is not anything close. There are pictures and stories behind a election of coops but there are no plans and nothing that really caters to the demographic this book is written for. If you buy this consider yourself wasting your money. I wish I could return it. I should have previewed it at a real book store so I could have seen how worthless it was. The preview of the first few pages was intriguing and that was what convinced me to buy it but that was seriously the only decent part of the book.
This book is not worth more what comes out the backside of chickens!