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Chicken Coops in California

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If you are looking for a new coop for your backyard flock, you have come to the right place. The Hen House Collection manufactures chicken coops in various styles, colors, and sizes, so you can be sure to find the one you want. Though we are based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, we deliver coops nationwide. We have the chicken coops in California that you are looking for.

Not able to find the exact coop you need for your hens? No worries! Our coops are fully customizable to the needs of your hens. Whether you have 4 chickens or 100 chickens, you can be sure we have the best coop for them. Check out our options and create the ideal coop for your birds.

We sell our coops through a network of dealers throughout the United States. Even though the state of California does not have any dealers for our coops, that is not an issue. We are happy to work directly with you and deliver your coop to your California location. Simply request a quote below, and we will get in touch with you.

Our Chicken Coop Styles

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The Combination Chicken Coop

One of our most popular options, the Combination Coop, has everything that a good coop should have. It contains a run attached to the coop so your chickens can get outside without the threat of predators. The coop’s interior is fully customizable to fit your hens’ needs.

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The Quaker Chicken Coop

Another popular option is the Quaker, which is an attractive coop with a slight overhang on the roof. This coop contains all our coops’ standard nesting boxes and roosts. Customize the interior of your Quaker Coop fully and make it the chicken house your birds deserve.

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The Tractor Chicken Coop

Need a coop that can be moved around your lawn? The Tractor Coop is the best option for you! This coop has wheels and a handle, so you can easily maneuver it to the desired spot. This coop is ideal for smaller flocks, and moving it routinely gives your chickens fresh grass and dirt to peck bugs and scratch.

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The A-Frame Chicken Coop

The A-Frame Coop is a classic coop with all the features of our standard coops, like interior nesting boxes and a roost for your hens. With its peaked roof and customizable options, this coop comes in a large variety of sizes, with an option to hold up to 100 chickens. The A-Frame is always a safe choice for chicken farmers.

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The Dutch Chicken Coop

If you like the barn-roof style of building, then this coop is the one for you. The Dutch Chicken Coop has a sloped roof with plenty of interior head space. This coop comes standard with several windows and nesting boxes for your hens. Customize the Dutch Coop to make it truly unique for your hens.

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The Lean-to Coop

The Lean-to Coop had a recent upgrade! We now offer our Modern Lean-to Coops featuring larger windows and a spacious design. The Lean-to-Coop comes in several sizes for both larger and smaller flocks. Take a look at all our Lean-to options and see which of these beautiful coops would be the best option for your feathered friends.

Chicken Coops by # of Chickens

If you have a specific number of chickens in mind for your flock or have some chickens already, then we can help you find the best-size coop for them. We have categorized our coops according to the number of chickens they hold to help you out.

Whether you have ( or want) a chicken coop for 5 chickens, 12 chickens, 40 chickens, or 100 chickens, we have the size you need and most likely in the style you want it.

Chicken Coops by Size

Have a specific coop size in mind? We offer many coop sizes, like our 3×4 chicken coops, 5×8 chicken coops, or 7×12 chicken coops.

Our coop sizes range from 3×4 chicken coops to 12×24 chicken coops and all sizes in between. Simply browse our selection of chicken coop sizes and pick the size you want. 

Regulations for Chicken Coops in California

Chicken laws in California vary by jurisdiction, so it may be wise to consult your local authorities to see what laws are enforced in your city. That being said, here are a few general regulations you may encounter.


Chickens are usually allowed in residential areas, but there may be limits to the number of chickens you want, the coop size, and where you keep the coop on your property. Check with your local zoning authority if you have questions.

Number of Chickens

The number of chickens you may have varies by municipality. For example, the city of San Diego allows up to 5 hens per residential lot but does not permit roosters.

Distance Requirements

Some areas in California have setback requirements for coops and runs. Coops must be at least 20 feet from neighboring residences in San Francisco.

Chicken Coop Necessities

Ample Space

As a chicken farmer, you must not overcrowd your coop. Overcrowded coops are not only smelly and unsanitary, but they can cause problems among the hens, like pecking and fighting, and may cause disease in some cases.

Try to factor in about 4 square feet of space for each chicken in your flock. If you have a flock of 5 hens, you might want to aim for a 4×5 coop or something similar, giving your chickens 20 square feet of space. There are many chicken coops on the market, and finding a chicken coop that is the right size for your flock should not be a problem.

Proper Ventilation

When designing your new chicken coop, it’s important to prioritize proper ventilation. Insufficient ventilation can lead to respiratory issues and unpleasant odors within the coop. Chickens require fresh air to maintain their health so including windows in the coop and ensuring an open chicken run can enable this. However, it’s essential to balance ventilation with protection from predators.

Security and Protection

Building sturdy and durable coops is necessary for chicken farmers, particularly in regions with chicken predators like raccoons, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and even household dogs in California. Using wire and flimsy wood in construction makes coops vulnerable to infringements by these predators.

It’s advisable to steer clear of chicken wire in such areas and use stronger materials. Additionally, strengthen doors with strong latches and ensure windows are properly sealed to improve coop security and safeguard the flock.

Necessary Features

Every coop should have a certain amount of built-in features. Generally, it is wise to include nesting boxes and a roosting bar inside the coop.

Feeding and watering solutions are important for sustaining your hens’ health and productivity. Additionally, bedding materials such as wood shavings or sand help maintain cleanliness and comfort within the coop.

Also, it’s essential to provide a designated outdoor area, known as a “run,” where the hens can freely roam, peck, and forage in the grass and dirt. This outdoor space promotes natural behavior and overall well-being for the chickens.

Many of these features can be constructed or purchased separately, or you can opt for pre-built coops that already include these essential components.

Cities We Serve in California

  • Fresno
  • Sacramento
  • Long Beach
  • Oakland
  • Bakersfield
  • Anaheim
  • Santa Ana
  • Irvine

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