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Chicken Coops

More and more people are looking for their food to be fresh and pesticide free.

Now some are taking matters into their own hands by building urban chicken coops in their own backyards.

Chicken Coop pricing information and customer reviews can be found here.

Sue Puhek has a farm in her backyard. She and her husband Paul raise chickens and sell the eggs.

They have been raising chickens for years and are now starting to teach people how to do the same as backyard chicken coops are growing in popularity.

The Puheks say raising chickens is less work than having a dog or a cat.

You can come out in the morning, give them a quick check make sure they have food water, make sure they look okay, let them out and then check them again when you pick up their eggs,? Susan Puhek said.

Each hen will produce about one egg every two days and the Puheks say eggs taste better when they’re fresh.

The Puheks also say it costs between $40 and $80 dollars a month for feed, so it may not be cheaper than buying eggs at the store. They say, like anything, you get what you pay for.

Before buying or building a chicken coop, check your local government about chicken restrictions.

Chicken Coop pricing information and customer reviews can be found here.

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