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Amazing Urban Farms

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Urban Chicken Coop

Not that long ago, raising chickens in your backyard was the surest way to guarantee a visit from the county inspector. But the times are changing–these days you can find chickens grazing in trendy San Francisco neighborhoods, Brooklyn backyards, and everywhere in between.

Designed to blend with the surroundings, urban chicken coops are often a far cry from the traditional coop. Here are a few of our favorites.

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This coop certainly redefines the concept of keeping chickens.


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Rachel Faucett is the author of the well-loved DIY crafts blog Handmade Charlotte. When she's not working as a designer for major brands like Anthropologie, Coats & Clark, and Plaid Enterprises, you can find her crafting on her farm outside of Atlanta with her husband and five children. Read bio and latest posts → Read Rachel's latest posts →

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  1. ken koeder says:

    i like this coop except the chickens would be happier if they could run free.

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