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Hens as clients, Snyder learned, are not too different from humans. "They have the same considerations of comfort and protection from the elements," he says. Chicken-raising guides recommend that each bird be given two square feet in the coop and four squ

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Originally appeared in Coop Dreams
on October 18, 2010
Hens as clients, Snyder learned, are not too different from humans. "They have the same considerations of comfort and protection from the elements," he says. Chicken-raising guides recommend that each bird be given two square feet in the coop and four squ
Hens as clients, Snyder learned, are not too different from humans. "They have the same considerations of comfort and protection from the elements," he says. Chicken-raising guides recommend that each bird be given two square feet in the coop and four square feet in the run. Snyder's design is a four-foot cube with a four-foot-by-15-foot run.

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