Both are modern and stylish and are said to be user friendly and easy to clean. The Eglu comes in different colors, and there’s even a version for raising rabbits.
Both coops will cost you a few hundred dollars, but they’re durable and will long outlast wood.
I think it’s great that these two chicken coops are available. I’m glad for the resourcefulness that makes raising chickens in town easier.
Incidentally, I’m not affiliated with either of these companies, so I get nothing for mentioning them. But I wanted to let you know about them with the hope it helps you raise chickens to provide eggs and meat for your survival.
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