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Modern Moop Coop for Hipster Chickens

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Moop is priced with one run ($600) or two runs ($800)

By Preston
Jetson Green
Dec. 6, 2012


If you want something more in a chicken coop, we know of a few stylish options. Like Moop, for example, the Modern Coop for Design-Minded Chickens. This is designed by prefab and architecture firm Nottoscale and includes four cantilevered nesting boxes, hinged side-panel walls for easy access, a redwood screen for ventilation, a removable tray for easy cleaning, predator-proof latches, extra-strength chicken wire, and custom watering accessories.

Moop is priced with one run ($600) or two runs ($800), and the water accessories sell for $95 each.

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1 Phil { 12.11.12 at 5:49 am }

I do not know if the people who designed this thing have raised chickens but it is seems to me absolutely ridiculous and insane to house chickens in such a small space.

2 Jaime { 12.12.12 at 6:43 am }

Mini-chickens in skinny jeans might workout in such tight quarters. Maybe their for progressive chickens who are going against mainstream and are voluntarily downsizing from a Mcchicken coop after reading Small Living. Obviously, the designer is someone not familiar with taking a conceptual design plan and applying it to practical application. If you need a designer coop -just do everyone a favor and just spend that money on buying eggs at the farmers market.

3 Ashley { 05.08.13 at 5:42 pm }

I love that there are four nesting boxes. I think the designer thinks that chickens sleep in them!