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Chicken Coops for Sale in San Diego CA

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Excited to start your backyard flock of chickens? Check out our chicken coops for sale in San Diego CA, and see what we have to offer. Our chicken coops are built at our location in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, but we deliver them nationwide. You can be sure we will be happy to help you customize the perfect coop for your flock. Take a look at our large selection of chicken coops and find just the one you need for your feathered friends.

Not able to find the right coop for your flock? Take a look at our chicken coops in Los Angeles, fully customizable for the needs of your flock. We can add the features you need if you want extra windows, certain colors, heated roosts, and electricity inside the coop.

We sell our coops via a network of dealers throughout the United States, and most of our dealers reside along the East Coast. Though we don’t have any dealers near your location in San Diego, we would be more than happy to work with you and deliver your coop to you ourselves. Get started by requesting a quote on the coop you want, and we will be in touch. Happy coop shopping!

Our Chicken Coop Styles

The Combination Coop

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Our best-selling coop for a reason, this coop features an attached run to give your chickens the space and fresh air they need.

The Quaker Coop

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The Quaker Coop is a charming Coop with a slight overhang on the roof and many options to customize it for your hens’ needs.

The Tractor Coop

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Want a coop that you can move from place to place in your yard? The Tractor Coop is the one for you. This coop is great for smaller flocks.

The A-Frame Coop

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A classic choice, the A-Frame features a peaked roof and comes in many sizes, a great choice for any size flock.

The Dutch Coop

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The Dutch Coop features a barn-style roof and would be a great option for your farmette. This coop also has plenty of interior space for your hens.

The Lean-to Coop

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This beautiful modern coop features large windows for better lighting and ventilation. The Lean-to works great propped against a wall or fence.

Regulations for Chicken Coops in Los Angeles

The number of chickens you can keep on your property depends on how far your chicken coop is from the boundaries of your property (zone setback). Typically, most single-family homes in the City of San Diego can have up to five chickens if the chicken coop is in the backyard, at least 5 feet from the side property lines, and 13 feet from the rear property line. You can have more chickens if the coop is located further away from the property lines. Roosters are not permitted.

Sanitation and Maintenance

Keeping chicken coops clean and well-maintained is essential to avoid health hazards and problems like bad smells or pests. Make sure the coops are clean, dry, and have good ventilation.

Health and Safety Regulations

People who own backyard chickens should follow health and safety rules, including those about selling eggs or meat.

Check out this article to learn more about chicken coop regulations in San Diego.

Chicken Coop Stories

Would you like to hear from some of our customers about their experiences with The Hen House Collection chicken coops? Dorothy from Rhode Island shares how her chicken coop has positively impacted the lives of her hens.

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Chicken Coops for Sale in Los Angeles CA: Commonly Asked Questions

What breed of chickens are best suited for backyard environments?

There are many chicken breeds you might want to add to your flock. Some popular ones include Rhode Island Reds, Silkies, Sussex, Orpingtons, Brahmas, and more. Check out our blog on the Friendliest Chicken Breeds for more information on which breeds might suit you best.

How do I protect my chickens from predators?

Many chicken farmers make mistakes in keeping their chickens safe from predators. One big mistake is building coops that aren’t tough enough, especially in areas where predators are common.

In California, predators like raccoons, coyotes, foxes, weasels, and even pet dogs can easily get into coops made with flimsy wire and weak wood. If you know there are predators nearby, don’t use chicken wire. Instead, choose stronger materials for your coop. Also, make sure your coop doors have sturdy latches, and seal your windows properly to keep predators out.

What should I feed my chickens, and how much?

Besides their usual layer feed, chickens can also enjoy some nutritious green choices such as lettuce, kale, and turnip greens. They might also like treats like watermelon, strawberries, and blueberries, but be careful not to give them too much. On average, a laying hen eats about a quarter pound of feed daily, which comes to about a pound and a half per week. However, this amount can vary depending on the size or breed of your chickens.

Other Cities We Serve in California

Los Angeles

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Are you stationed in the Los Angeles area and looking for a new chicken coop for your flock? Check out our coop options and find just the one you need!

San Jose

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Living in San Jose, CA, and on the lookout for a new coop? We have just the one for you! Choose the coop you need and customize it to fit the needs of your flock.

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