chicken coop

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a farm building for housing poultry

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COVENTRY neighbours who built a chicken coop for rescued battery farm hens have scooped a national award for their community project.
This one has apparently already been caught in a chicken coop and escaped or flew out.
His masculine will, essential to his survival as abandoned child and later as successful CEO, proves to be tragically inappropriate in the mysterious chicken coop.
Med shot, Shelly-Ann Dinnall walking into chicken coop
The lanky brown-feathered bird quietly took her place in our chicken coop.
And, in an ironic twist, Robinson was elected to the ASIFA board, which was rather like letting the fox into the chicken coop.
The Government is funding the Cultural and Scientific Perceptions of Human-Chicken Interactions project - Chicken Coop for short - in which Durham University has been involved.
I want a chicken coop like the ones we feature in this issue.
Deputies found LaGasse at a chicken coop after hearing her yelling vulgarities, officials said.
Another essential to keeping weasels out of the chicken coop and other buildings is to make sure that there are no openings larger than one inch--or even less, if you want to be extra sure.
The distressed denims with legs that look like an explosion in a chicken coop have been flying out of designer boutiques faster than you can say "go lay an egg".
Rothman believes having a contractor make the estimate "is inviting the fox into the chicken coop.
The survey of more than 2,400 computer users found that people have used their laptop PCs at weddings and funerals, in coal mines and on top of grain towers, from a Grand Canyon hiking trail to a "dodgy youth hostel in Amsterdam," while riding a horse, milking a cow and building a chicken coop.
When the chickens were old enough we moved them out of the small greenhouse to a chicken coop, which had a six-foot tall fenced pen to keep the chickens in, wild animals and neighborhood dogs out.