chicken coop

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Synonyms for chicken coop

a farm building for housing poultry

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In this way, areas with farms that possess flock with ages very diversified and with younger poultry, are subjected to present in their chicken house Megninia spp.
It's a standard by which I measure all roast chicken, and one that I'm afraid Coop Chicken House does not meet, by some distance.
She said the method can be effective, efficient and humane with chicken houses, such as egg layers, where the birds are roaming freely on the floor.
So I seal all the holes in the chicken house with wood or screen.
The houses are relatively clean before the chicks arrive, and seemingly spacious, but once the chickens near the end of their incarceration, they have produced massive amounts of waste and taken up all the space of the chicken house simply by growing.
If you look online or in a store for a chicken house, they are very expensive.
In Ted Sorenson's memoirs he quotes MacArthur as having told Kennedy, "The chickens are coming home to roost and you happened to have just moved into the chicken house.
A picture in your article "Chicken Lovers' Chicken Coops" (Page 19 of the September/October 2010 issue) shows a chicken house with a fenced yard that is very attractive.
If physicians think insurance companies are bad and evil, they need to look more carefully at what government care is like before replacing the fox in the chicken run with a wolf inside the chicken house.
Emily Diamond's book Reavers' Ransom has won the Times, Chicken House Children's Fiction Competition.
Includes home, barn, work shop, chicken house, RV hook-up.
In an innovative move, its British publisher Barry Cunningham will take an exec producer role through his new Chicken House Entertainment division.
The Eglu is the world's most stylish and innovative chicken house or is the perfect way to keep chickens as pets.
Because the founder of quirky new publishing company,The Chicken House, is also the man who first spied the potential in JK Rowling's Harry Potter, signing the then unknown author when he worked for Bloomsbury.
We ducked into a chicken house until the air raid was over, when we saw people crawling through the grass.