I’ve had many questions about the details of my goose coop over the years. I’ve been asked why I built a separate goose coop, what does a goose coop need and was it difficult to build? I decided to answer those questions. The coop was built specifically for my 2 Sebastopol geese. It eventually became the duck coop then the banty coop (with a few adjustments) We built the goose coop back in 2011 and it is still going strong. It’s a very simple design, as I’ll explain later, and the run also features a sunk-in pond. A duck or goose coop is fairly easy to build because they don’t need a lot of the things chickens do, in fact they don’t need much at all.
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- Lisa Murano
Raising chickens, teenagers, pets, flowers and growing our own food on 25 acres in the hills of western Pennsylvania....and doing it all as cheaply as possible!
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