Backyard Chicken Coop
People who wanted to start a chicken coop usually need to renovate a shed or buy one that was pre-built and it would cost them at least $500. Installation costs aren’t included yet either. Nowadays, I read in a book that chicken coops for your yard can make you shell out just $100, given that you do the extra work of collecting materials. You can also get one in an online shop that specializes in chicken coops for less than $400 if you want to save the extra work. The material used in a chicken coop that costs $300 to $400 are already enough to protect your chickens from predators. Slightly more expensive coops have incubators that accompany them, too.