The 5 Best Chicken Coops to get in 2019

best chicken coops 2019

There are lots of options for chicken coops. If you’re good with tools and have some time on your hands you can always build your own coop. However, more and more people are going for a more comfortable, pre-made option. We’ve already written an entry about everything a coop should have and all of these coops check all boxes. We also took into account prices, quality and reviews. Check them out!

1. Large coop –  PawHut 124″ Dual Chicken Coop

If you’re looking for space this Pawhut Coop is the way to go. It’s 121 inches long which gives your chickens lots of space for resting and playing. It has four nesting boxes, ramps and removable litter trays to clean it up. It can house 4-5 chickens and it’s easy to modify. With an average rating of 4.5 stars in Amazon, you know you’re getting a good item.

2. Beginners in a budget – LAZYMOON 60″ Chicken Coop

This coop is perfect for beginners. Mostly used for a couple of birds, this coop has a nesting box, removable litter tray for easy cleanup and proper ventilation. The cheapest coop on the list!

3. Highly customizable – PawHut 114″ Customizable Chicken Coop 

This coop is large and easily adapts to your needs! It has a two-tier living space and enclosed spaces so your chickens can hang out safely from predators! This coop is easy to access and easy to build.

4. Highest quality – Rural365 Large Chicken Coop

This is a large and sturdy chicken coop. It’s able to hold up to 6 large chickens or 12 bantams. The removable littler tray makes cleanup fast and easy. It’s very easy to assemble, practical and durable. If you want something large and sturdy, you can’t go wrong with this one.

5. Best quality for money – Tangkula 67” Chicken Coop

Don’t let the price fool you! This small coop has everything: a ramp, removable litter tray, multiple doors and high-quality wood. It’s easy to assemble and the price is unbeatable. Great for a small flock of no more than three or four chickens.

And there you have it! Our pick for the best 5 chicken coops of 2019. Are you in between a couple? Let us know in the comments and we’ll help you decide!

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5 thoughts on “The 5 Best Chicken Coops to get in 2019

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  2. Debbie Brown says:

    Got the “rural365” back 2015 and constructed a coop of my own design. Got chicks 2018, did the switching between them, to let them/most that each are ‘Home’; after a couple of days, 8(10 really w/2 boys) of the 11 mixed sized chickens chose to cram themselves into the plastic coop, probably due to the perches more secure, though there were some draft spots of the ‘365’, with the picked-on Silky getting the wooden coop to herself unless someone was trying to be broody in Nov. And Dec.. When Spring truly happens, we’ll probably fix a separate coop & run for Silky and rectify the perch issue of the self designed one. The others only hang out in that one when the weather is nastiest, as it’s insulated and has a Sweeter Heater hanging in it; then we’ll see if they accept this better.

  3. June says:

    Better to spend the money on 2x4s and 4×8 sheets of plywood and have one built. Will cost the same but will last at least 10 times longer and be at least twice as big.

  4. Sherri says:

    These look nice however, in reality they are extremely cramped spaces for chickens to live in unless one adds on a large run. Too small a space is a quick ticket to pecking and other behavior problems that are hard to put a stop to. That and the fact that the wood construction is very light weight and soft and these sit directly on the ground. They do not do well when exposed to weather. I have two rabbit hutches made of the same and they are kept in a barn in winter and on a porch in summer, never exposed to rain. So yes, these are cute and affordable but that’s about it.

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