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Newest Arrivals

Appalachian Hand Built

Arbors ... Chicken Coops ...  Rabbitats ... Stools...

 

 

If you are interested in a bunny and a small Rabbitat - which includes waterer and feeders, rabbit food to get you started,  email us and we can get you set up

 

Rabbitat

 

 

 

 

 

 

We custom-make each hen house. No two are alike!

We can provide the hens for you! Easter Eggers or brown eggs!
We have Americauna, Buff Orpington, Barred Rock and New Hampshire Red pullets

Anyone with a little yard space can enjoy the satisfaction of raising their own hens, enjoying fresh, organic eggs...
What size chicken coop should you get? Most chickens do best when they have friends - so try not to get any less than 3 hens. But if you only want 1 -2 chickens we have an
 Economy Coop
~ Small sized coop:  best  if you have around 2 - 4 birds to take care of.
Medium sized coop: This is typically suited for 6 - 8 birds.

Large sized coop: These are best suited if you have poultry of over 10 birds

On the average, 3 hens will give you 2 eggs a day. That means to get a dozen eggs a day, you would need 18 hens... Generally they  start laying at 5 months of age. Fresh eggs can be stored in the refrigerator for a month or more!

Chickens are a great pet. They each have a personality and come running when you call.
Collecting the eggs isn't a chore - takes just minutes a day. With our easily accessible nest boxes - you don't even have to go inside the coop. The coop's easily accessible nest boxes means that you never have to go inside to collect the eggs. Simply lift the lid and reach inside.
Let your hens run free! They will usually stay in the yard and the added benefit - they'll eat weeds, get rid of unwanted bugs and leave fertilizer as they work.
Please note: Let them out of the coop or henhouse after they've laid their eggs. Otherwise, you'll find eggs all over the garden.

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Houses 1-2 chickens

   
$95.00
Ramp from the nestbox for the chickens to be free-ranged, or into a fenced area. Top opens for access to the chickens.

 

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Houses 2 - 4 chickens

 

$350.00
4X3

1 roomy nest box

 Chicken Door  with ramp for chickens to go outside to the chicken run. Additional run can be added. 
Feeder and water bowl - easy access and easy to clean.

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Houses 4-6

 

$450
4X4 top and 4X6 bottom

Larger than the Mini-Coop, this coop has a large window in the center for ventilation, roomy nest box with easy access to the eggs and a large door for cleaning. A ramp to the fenced in area below, which is larger than the coop gives the chickens an area to scratch.


Raise 12-15  chickens

$850

4  Nest Boxes Easy access door to the nest box for collecting the eggs.

Feeders located at the back are easy to clean, and are convenient to feed because they rotate from the
 inside to the outside with large feed and water bowls. 

 

 

Chickens have their own door to go out into a pen. They are beneficial to your yard - ridding you of unwanted bugs.

12"X24" Chicken Door -with ramp and can be latched shut
14" X 14" hinged Window with metal screen


24" x 48" Access door for easy cleaning.
2 Tree Branch Roosting Bars - for a natural feel for your chickens

 

Pressure treated plywood floor
Siding is T-111 and can be left natural, or can be painted. Barn red with white trim is standard.
3-tab Asphalt Shingle Roof - You can choose the color! For an additional price you can choose to have a colored metal roof

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Chicken Coop Prices

 

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Old fashioned wooden arbor is an easy way to create a wonderful entrance to your garden or yard. Plant flowers along it's sides and your entrance becomes a focal point. Add a bench and the arbor becomes a serene place to relax. Flower boxes can also be added to the sides.

Jim made this arbor for our daughter Bethany to get married under. Now she and Ryan have an entrance to their new house with wonderful memories.

 

 

And this one for a close friend of ours

 

 

 

 

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Years ago my father built a stool like this for my mother. We have had one ever since and are planning on building one for our children as they each obtain their first home. The stool
is easy to move, has a wooden handle for this and to hold onto when you are reaching for something on a top shelf. My mother is 5' tall and felt this stool gave her the stability to reach those cabinets.

 


One step stool: The decorative handle makes this stool easy to move and gives support when you step up on it. Great for bathrooms where children need a little help in reaching the faucet. Non-skid tread adds to the safety of this stools

High Lonesome Creations

 



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