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Chicken Coops for Sale in Burlington VT

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If you live in the Burlington area and are looking for the perfect prefab coop for your backyard flock, then you have come to the right place. Check out our chicken coops for sale in Burlington VT, and find just the one you need! Our skilled craftsmen and fully customizable handcraft our coops according to size, style, color, and features! Take a look at the long list of chicken coops we offer.

Struggling to find the perfect coop for your feathered friends? Let us help you customize your coop and add all the features that are important to your chickens. Though we are stationed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, we sell our coops via a network of dealers all over the country. To find a dealer near you, click the button below, and enter your address. If there are no dealers within range of your location, no worries! You can work directly with us; we will get you the coop you need.

Our Chicken Coop Styles

The Combination Coop

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Our best-selling coop, The Combination Coop, comes with an attached run, providing your hens with ample space they need.

The Quaker Coop

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Check out the Quaker Coop, which has a slight roof overhang. This prefab coop has all the features you need!

The Tractor Coop

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If you need a mobile option, the Tractor Coop is the perfect choice for you. This coop is an excellent portable option for a few hens.

The A-Frame Coop

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The A-Frame Coop, featuring a classic peaked roof, is a great choice for any number of chickens in your backyard.

The Dutch Coop

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If you’re a fan of barn-style roofs, you’ll love our Dutch Coops. These coops offer plenty of interior space to meet your needs.

The Lean-to Coop

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Check out this stunning coop! The Lean-to-Coop is an excellent option for your backyard and fits nicely against a wall.

Regulations for Chicken Coops in Burlington

In Burlington (not south), the number of chickens allowed is determined by enclosure space. Contact the city before trying to determine how many chickens you can have based on the size of your enclosure. Roosters are not permitted within the city limits.

Residents in South Burlington are permitted to keep chickens, but they must obtain an annual permit to do so. The maximum number of chickens allowed is six per lot, regardless of the number of dwelling units on the lot.

According to the regulations, each chicken must be allocated a minimum of three square feet of pen space and 1.5 feet of interior coop space. The pen itself should offer sufficient exposure to both sunlight and shade while also providing reasonable protection against rodents, wild birds, and various predators such as dogs and cats.

Pens designed for housing chickens must be constructed to be reasonably resistant to predators and birds, ensuring that predators are kept out while the chickens are safely contained within.

Sanitation and Maintenance

Taking good care of chicken coops is crucial to avoid health issues and bothersome problems like bad smells or pests. Make sure to keep the coops clean, dry, and well-ventilated.

Health and Safety Regulations

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

Check out this page to learn more about chicken coop regulations in California.

Chicken Coop Stories

“Discover how Dorothy from Rhode Island shares her experience with The Hen House Collection’s chicken coop and how it has positively impacted her hens’ lives.

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Chicken Coops for Sale in Burlington VT: Commonly Asked Questions

What breed of chickens are best suited for backyard environments?

There are many chicken breeds to choose from if you’re considering expanding your flock. Some of the popular ones include Rhode Island Reds, Silkies, Sussex, Orpingtons, Brahmas, and many others. Check out our blog post 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 often make mistakes when it comes to safeguarding their chickens from predators. One common mistake is constructing coops that lack sufficient durability, particularly in regions where predators are prevalent.

In areas like California, predators like raccoons, coyotes, foxes, weasels, and even domestic dogs can easily breach coops constructed with weak wire and flimsy wood. If you’re aware of predators in your vicinity, refrain from using chicken wire and choose stronger materials for your coop instead. Ensure your doors are equipped with sturdy latches, and effectively seal your windows to prevent predators from entering.

What should I feed my chickens, and how much?

In addition to their usual layer feed, chickens can benefit from some nutritious greens like lettuce, kale, and turnip greens. They may also enjoy occasional treats such as watermelon, strawberries, and blueberries, but be cautious not to give them too much. Typically, a laying hen consumes around a quarter pound of feed daily, totaling 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 Vermont


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


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Living in Colchester VT, 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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