Do you or someone you know have a backyard chicken coop? If so, send me a photo and I’ll feature it in the Queen Bee Chicken Coop tour! I featured chicken coops for a long time and then stopped (not sure why?) – but I miss featuring chicken coops and I want to start again!
Starting this week, I will feature a new chicken coop every Saturday. It’s so much fun to see the different kinds of chicken coops and backyard chicken set ups. The best part – if I feature your chicken coop you’re get a $10 Amazon gift card!
Here’s what to do:
- Take a photo (or multiple photos) of your chicken coop. Take the photo(s) during the day so you have good lighting, not blurry, etc. You want people to be able to see the coop. The better quality the photo(s), the better your chances of being featured. Send it HIGH Resolution. I can always make it smaller, but can’t make it bigger.
- Email the photo(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line: Chicken Coop Tour
- Please include in the email: your name, your city/state, any details you want to share about your coop. . . .For example, Did you build it yourself? How much did it cost to build? What features are your favorite? How many chickens do you have? Do you have recommendations for new chicken owners? How many eggs do you get a day?
It has to be your coop, can’t belong to someone else. If you have a friend who has a coop, encourage them to send in their photos!. I’ll be providing Amazon gift cards only for coops featured here on the blog.
Here are some of the chicken coops we have featured in the past:
- Cluckingham Palace in Bellevue, Washington – complete with curtains, web cam
- Free-range charming chicken coop in Florida
- Casa de los Pollos – Indiana Chicken Coop on wheels with electricity
- Beautiful Chicken Coop in Worthington, Pennsylvania
- Barn Style Chicken Coop in Buckley, Washington
- Colorful Predator-Proof Chicken Coop in Olympia, Washington
- Turning a wedding dress into a chicken coop (Tacoma, Washington)
- Mother’s day gift, nestled in the garden, three chickens (Olympia, WA)
- DIY coop, four chickens, cost about $400 (tongue and groove cedar!)
- South King County, nine chickens, about $200 to build
- Electricity, gutters, porch lights, patio – oh my! Cost about $650 (Tacoma, WA)
- Hoop Coop style, 18 hens, 20 feet long (South King County)
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