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Chicken Coops for Sale in Bellevue WA

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If you are interested in starting a backyard flock but don’t know what kind of chicken coop you need to get started, then we can help you out. The Hen House Collection builds chicken coops for any size flock, and our coops are fully customizable for the specific needs of your hens. Check out our chicken coops for sale in Bellevue WA, and see how we can help you develop the perfect hen house.

If you have trouble finding the perfect chicken coop for your flock in Bellevue, WA, then have no fear! We can help. The Hen House Collection is based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, but we deliver our chicken coops nationwide via a network of dealers. We have no dealers in Washington State, but getting your coop to you is not a problem. We can deliver your chicken coop ourselves directly to your location in WA state.

Our Chicken Coop Styles

The Combination Coop

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Check out our chicken coop and run and see why this coop is our best seller! Everything you need in one coop!

The Quaker Coop

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This prefab chicken coop is built with a slight overhang on the roof, a charming coop for your farm.

The Tractor Coop

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The Chicken Coop Tractor comes equipped with wheels for better mobility. A great mobile option!

The A-Frame Coop

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The A-Frame coop is a classic coop with a peaked roof, a great choice for flocks of any size.

The Dutch Coop

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The Dutch coop comes with a barn-style roof, creating extra space in the coop for your hens.

The Lean-to Coop

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The Lean-to-Coop is a great space saver and can be leaned against a fence in your yard.

Regulations for Chicken Coops in Bellevue

In Bellevue, King County, WA, residents can keep a maximum of 6 chickens in their backyard if certain requirements are met. Chicken coops or enclosures must be at least 15 feet away from the property line. The birds are not allowed to run at large.

Noise Ordinances

Roosters are generally prohibited in residential areas due to noise complaints. For this reason, it is best to keep only hens if you live in a residential area.

Nuisance Laws

You are responsible for ensuring that your chickens are not being a nuisance to your neighbors. Your flock may potentially attract rodents or produce excessive odors. Keep your coop clean to avoid these issues.

Health Regulations

Another important factor to bear in mind concerning regulations for chicken coops in Washington state is maintaining the cleanliness of the coop. Keeping chickens in a hygienic environment is imperative to mitigate the risk of disease transmission. Also, there might be limitations in your locality about the sale of eggs from backyard flocks, so it’s wise to consult with local authorities for clarification on this matter.

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

Chicken Coop Stories

Interested in hearing from our customers? See how a chicken coop from The Hen House Collection revolutionized the way Matt takes care of his chickens in his home in Pleasant Grove, Utah.

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Chicken Coops for Sale in Bellevue WA: Commonly Asked Questions

What breed of chickens are best suited for backyard environments?

Many chicken breeds could be a nice addition to your flock. A few of the more popular options include the standard Rhode Island Red, Silkies, Sussex, Orpington, Brahmas, and many more. Check out our blog on the Friendliest Chicken Breeds for more information on what breeds you may want to get.

How do I protect my chickens from predators?

First of all, what are some mistakes that chicken farmers make regarding chicken predators? Too many farmers build coops that are not strong and durable, especially in areas with common chicken predators.

Predators in Washington State, like raccoons, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and even the family dog, may easily compromise a coop built with wire and flimsy pieces of wood. Avoid using chicken wire if you know of chicken predators in your area, use strong doors and latches, and seal your windows properly.

What should I feed my chickens, and how much?

Aside from the standard layer feed or something similar, chickens may enjoy lettuce, kale, and turnip greens for some healthy green options. They also may like watermelon, strawberries, and blueberries, but be sure to give these in moderation. The average laying hen will eat about a quarter pound of feed daily or a pound and a half weekly. This may vary a bit based on how big your chickens are or what breed you have.

Other Cities We Serve in Washington State


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Are you stationed in Vancouver 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 Everett, WA, 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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