Here are some of there examples of little chicken houses.
This is the chicken "coop-de-villa" I love the bumper sticker!
How about a chicken village?
What is up with all this chicken stuff and what do chickens actually do in there?What happens is you start with the little cutie above and you end up with Fog Horn Leg Horn below.
Who doesn't remember Martha Stewart and her love affair with her Arauncana chickens. She created the most amazing fan deck of paint colors from the eggs of her chickens.
I cannot believe the variety and creativity of some of these little houses. Next thing you know, we will be seeing HGTV's "rate my chicken coop"!
It also seems there is quite a bit of work involved in the keeping of chickens, in order for them to be happy and to actually lay. Sort of like "The Real Housewives of Rural America" a new reality series...I am so cracking myself up.Most are designed like little play houses with a few walls and a sleeping loft for laying. Am I experiencing Chicken porn? Quite a few are movable in order to utilize the chicken droppings as fertilizer to keep the pecking areas clean. I'm not even going there....
I love how the one above has a ramp from the bunk/barn house to the play/pecking area below. A pretty simple design and is cute also. Chicken nirvana at last!
The real gem of a chicken house was Martha's Palais de Poulet seen below. Just beautiful. Thanks Martha, for the chicken house of my dreams.