Flock size is definitely the number one factor to consider! We recommend a minimum of 4 hens, and at least 2 square feet of coop space per chicken. When on the fence about size, bigger is usually better. The more cramped your hens are, the more likely fighting is to occur.
How will you clean the coop? This may affect the placement of your coop, as well as how tall you'd like it to be. All of our coops can be built with a clean out lid for easy cleaning, but only you can decide if you'll be most comfortable when standing in the coop or leaning over to clean it.
How do you plan on interacting with your flock? Some runs are tall enough for you to stand upright inside, while others will require you to lean over or crouch. Do you plan on free ranging your flock?
Everybody's budget and situation is different. Some coops are more expensive than others, so make sure you compare things like the materials used, any extras that may or may not come with it, and if it comes assembled!
A fan favorite at Tucker's Coops! A distinctive roofline overhang inspired by older barn styles.
Typical shed look and a classic style! Simple, straight lines make this one popular coop!
An iconic barn shape modeled after the many older barns scattered throughout PA.
What we call "The Nancy" is really a quaker coop with an attached run for safety! We lift the quaker coop off the ground for extra run space!
Quaker coop with an attached shed for the perfect combination of convenience and style! Attach a run or free range your flock!
Have a specific design in mind you want brought to life? We have done it all, even made an egg shaped coop from used wine barrels!