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Front Yard Coop: A Solar-Powered and Self-Propelling Chicken Coop!
Posted By Diane Pham On August 25, 2011 @ 3:53 pm In Design,Gardening and Plants,Green Products,Innovation | No Comments
Raising chickens  in one’s backyard is a growing trend that has given away to some awesome chicken coop  designs. But just when we thought we’d seen them all , enter the Front Yard “Full Monty” Coop  – an amazing structure that not only uses solar  panels, but contains a self-propelling mechanism that moves the coop 16 feet every hour, promoting the movement of your birds. Measuring 4′ wide x 8′ long, the coop comfortably holds up to six standard sized birds, and also maintains self-dispensing containers that can hold food and water for days. And if you’re worried about the coop hitting a dead end, fret not. If it bumps into something, it automatically turns itself around and moves in another direction!
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URLs in this post:
 Raising chickens: http://inhabitat.com/chic-modern-chicken-coop-with-living-rooftop/
 awesome chicken coop: http://inhabitat.com/a-solar-powered-chicken-co-op-that-old-macdonald-would-be-proud-of/
 we’d seen them all: http://inhabitat.com/prefabricated-chicken-coop-generates-its-own-power/
 Front Yard “Full Monty” Coop: http://frontyardcoop.com/
 solar: http://inhabitat.com/13-year-old-makes-solar-power-breakthrough-by-harnessing-the-fibonacci-sequence/
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