Transportable coops can be a handy asset to owners with small yards, given their portability they can be set up in different areas of the yard to stop environmental overload in any one place.
Movable coops are usually smaller in scale than traditional chicken coops for easy movement. They are not intended for large scale operations, but instead for the yard farmer with one or two hens.
To start building a coop for your chicken that is conveyable you’ll need to keep an eye fixed on three things.
Light: You got to make sure that the coop has enough light. If not, then your chickens will lay fewer eggs.
The Ventilation: You have to ensure that there is a good ventilation system in the portable coop. Why? Because of two things you will need to have a good air flow system.
1) The heat or cold can’t go out which may make your chickens sick.
2) Your chickens will smell their own excreta which is not healthy.
Feeding system: The last thing to watch is the most important, “The feeding system”. You have got to come up with a feeding system so your chickens can eat and drink whenever they need.
Also, keep in mind that when you’re building a movable chicken coop you create a feeding system that can resist cold and hot days.
How to build a portable Chicken Coop
So now you know what to watch out for, now it’s time to basically begin building a portable coop for your chickens, right?
To build a portable chicken coop all by yourself, it’s strongly recommended to start using building plans. Such plans have gathered all of the information you need like what materials to gather, ways to build the transportable coop for your chickens and how to place it. These building plans will tell all of this to you by step by step instructions.