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||It's the bylaw-compliant,
pest-defiant, not-too-giant, and
exceptionally pliant coop for the
self-reliant and epicurious client.
In June 2010,
Vancouver, like many cities across
North America, decided to move
forward by moving backward, and
passed a bylaw allowing backyard
chickens in the city. We at dailyeggs are under no illusion that backyard agriculture alone will save the food system, but the beauty of it is that it's easy, it's fun, it's frugal, and it's delicious.
The Vancooper is just the coop
to suit your needs whether you have
a tiny patch of grass, a gravelly
driveway, or a 40-acre spread.
Built from repurposed BC
cedar and built right here in
Vancouver, this is truly a
locally-crafted coop. I have
looked at many coops for sale
online and found that few are
cedar, most are very small, and
hardly any offer any substantial
24-7 protected run space. In
effect, most chicken coops you'll
find online are essentially dog
houses with little or no run. The Vancooper is a
full-service coop that is ready for
chickens and won't leave you
wondering why you paid for something to be
shipped from China or rural Ohio. How do I stay
competitive, you ask?
1. I don't expect to get rich
2. I find new uses for old
3. I make time for tea breaks.
4.I do my own low-rent web design (surprise!) and don't pay for slick marketing.
Introduction to the Vancooper Chicken Coop from Duncan Martin on Vimeo
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