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Five years ago, our journey began with a few baby chicks and an out-of-the-box chicken coop. We were thrilled to start our own flock and take a step towards self-sustainability. Unfortunately, the chicken coop we purchased turned out to be made from cheap materials and it couldn't hold as many chickens as advertised (a common issue with these types of chicken coops).
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One thing I knew I wanted in my chicken coop was extra lighting. But with no running power, and the idea of wiring solar panels seeming too expensive and time-consuming, I had to think outside of the box. I began researching other options and eventually stumbled upon the perfect solution: a battery-powered LED bulb.
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After completing the construction of our chicken coop, I stumbled upon a brilliant concept for a roosting shelf on Instagram. Essentially, it's a raised box positioned just beneath the roosts and filled with sand or bedding to facilitate daily cleaning of chicken poop from the coop. Additionally, paying attention to chicken feces can provide valuable insight into the overall health of your birds.

As we shifted our focus towards completing the interior trim and designing the roosting area of the coop, I immediately realized the necessity of incorporating one of these remarkable shelves. Therefore, we embarked on a mission to figure out how to install it in our own coop. 

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