mary nelsonChicken coops are essential for chicken owners to provide their chickens a place to eat and sleep, as well as to protect them from harsh weather and their many predators.

Chicken coops come in many sizes and types, and very often, a pre-built chicken coop can cost upwards of $500 to thousands of dollars depending on the size and the quality.

This kind of investment is rather prohibitive to some interested chicken owners.

Fortunately, Mary Nelsonhas created a digital product – Chicken DIY Guides, that instructs homeowners to build their own chicken coops with a much discounted cost with everyday tools.

Mary Nelson, who has an engineering background decided to team up with her good friend, Jim Stanley who has over 25 years of poultry farming experience to design easy to follow chicken coop plans for anyone to follow.

The aim of the guide is to help everyday folks start raising chickens in their own backyard without the need to spend a fortune on purchasing the much over-priced pre-made chicken coops.

To test their theory of their guides being easy to follow even for total beginners, Mary Nelson has engaged groups of high school and college students with no carpentry skills and these subjects are able to complete their chicken coop projects without much difficulty.

The materials needed are relatively inexpensive and common, as well as easily available in local hardware stores.

They have included a wood cutting diagram to simplify the process of following the blueprint by making sure that all your wood is pre-cut and pre-labeled.

The main Chicken DIY Guides are separated into two parts. The first part gives step-by-step instructions on building your own chicken coop with many helpful and clear images as well as technical sketches.

The chicken coop plans are broken down into four different categories, namely; small, midsize, large, and portable coops.

You will build these coops according to the number of chickens you wish to keep and the size of your backyard. There is a coop for any family size.

Mary Nelson has created this guide for everyone and it is very evident from the types of chicken coop plans created.

Part two of the main guide consists of two special reports to let you get started on your project on the right foot right from the beginning.

The first report summarizes the City Ordinances that Mary Nelson has researched so that you know and understand the rules and regulations before you embark on your coop project.

The second report outlines the 6 most important things you need to do before you start your coop construction. It is recommended that you read these two reports before the main guide to understand certain regulations in your City as well as getting an idea of the 6 crucial things to do and keeping them in mind.

To encourage that you take part in this Urban Chicken Movement as Mary Nelson calls it, she has thrown in exclusive bonuses in the form of online video library and 4 additional special reports that lets you leverage the techniques and knowledge of expert poultry farmers to use in your own poultry farming.

The video library educates viewers on many aspects of nesting and laying eggs which is very helpful knowledge for anyone who wants to get the best out of their chickens.

The special reports go into details of chicken raising terminology, chicken breeds according to climates, using incubator, and using brooders.

They are there to help you get the best out of your experience in raising your own chickens in your own backyard and we are confident that Chicken DIY Guides will do just that.

And not to forget, you have the 60-day money back guarantee, too.

Indeed, we are impressed with Mary Nelson and the way her product over-delivers.

We have even done a review on the product here.

You will learn that building a chicken coop is actually a fun thing to do and we recommend buying the product and get your chicken coop project started as soon as you finish going through the Chicken DIY Guides.

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Mary Nelson was last modified: March 15th, 2017 by Yohannes