Do you need to house fast-growing chickens in your permaculture system?

Do you need to protect your chickens from predators?

In this video Taylor (the designer) and Jimmy (the builder) show us how to build, step by step a Predator-Proof Chicken Coop.

Jimmy also show a quickly time-saving stacking method to keep the framing square.

This is the best way to teach: doing what you teach and showing what you do.

So, just take a look at the video and start working!

Be sure to share this post to inspire your friends and family to make their own Chicken Coop!

Giuseppe Tallarico

Giuseppe is a versatile and results-oriented Agronomist specializing in Permaculture, Food Security, and Environmental Management Systems dedicated to consulting large-scale farms through the transition to sustainable and regenerative agriculture to achieve maximum profitability naturally while creating a greener abundant earth for generations to come. Giuseppe is an Accredited Instructor by the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia and a permaculture consultant for the government of Jordan. Giuseppe serves the world permaculture community as the founder and General Manager of the World Permaculture Association, the head of the Urban Permaculture Laboratory Educational Center, and manager of Rigenera, a Permaculture consulting company.

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Alexa Freeman

Hi Giuseppe,

I somehow misplaced your emails with your previous articles on building chicken coops. Would you be able to forward the rest to me?

Thank you,


    Giuseppe Tallarico

    Hi Alexa,

    Thank you for your interest in our articles on building chicken coops. I’m sorry to hear that you’ve misplaced our emails. As the General Manager of the World Permaculture Association, I’d be happy to assist you. Please send me your email address at and I will make sure to send you the rest of the content on building chicken coops.

    Thank you and best of luck with your chicken coop building project!

    Giuseppe Tallarico, General Manager of the World Permaculture Association


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