Where to buy local chicks & supplies Seattle Tilth Resources
The Art of Doing Stuff- Chicken Coop Completed
The Art of Doing Stuff- Building the Coop
The Chicken Coop Blog- All about Chickens and Coops
The Garden Coop
Tiny Farm Blog- Coop Maintenance
Funky Chicken Coop- Austin, TX
Seattle Chicken Coops- Saltbox Designs
Backyard Chickens- Breed Research
Backyard Farming- Chicken Basics
"Interested in tending a flock of your own? Find out what it takes at Seattle Tilth’s introductory class for anyone interested in keeping chickens. Learn the most important considerations in caring for a small flock of hens in limited space, including chicken physiology, behavior, health, nutrition, housing and city regulations. Questions are encouraged in this lecture-based class and you will leave with the knowledge you need to start raising chickens in your own backyard.
COST: $40 or $30 for Seattle Tilth members. Advance registration required."
"Rhode Island Red's are sweet, good laying chickens, but I have heard better reviews from Araucana's. These are brown chicken's who are the friendliest chicken on the list. They lay green, turquoise, and blue eggs. Even though the chicken's are skinnier than normal, they love to be held and lay normal-sized eggs."
Looks Easiest "Island Coop" $500
with a "Double External Nesting Box" $75
$35 wheels on the coop
Grandpa's Chicken Feeders
$200 Standard feeds 6 chickens for 10 days