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Tools and Supplies To Keep For Coop And Chicken Care



For a bigger job on your coop its a good idea to have a tool belt handy, this will save steps when making repairs.


Here are a few other tools that can make repairing the chicken coop easier or to keep the  poultry area looking neat and clean.
  • hand drill
  • power saw
  • leaf blower
  • lawn mower
  • weed eater


No matter how many or how few chickens that you have in your coop, you should have some basic tools ready for repairs. There may come a time you will have a loose hinge, door handle or wire needs to be patched. You will need a shovel and rake after a heavy rain to remove debris blocking doorways.
Here is a sample of tools and things to keep handy in your barn or coop area:
  • shovels and rakes
  • garden pump  or hand sprayer for probiotics
  • hoes and pitchforks
  • net for catching chickens
  • hammer, nail and saws
  • garden hoses
  • buckets 3 and 5 gallon
  • tool belt
  • 6 mil painter plastic to cover windows/doors during heavy rain
  • wire cutters and pliers
  • zip ties for holding wire while securing it with stronger metal wire
  • tape measure
  • heavy duty garden cart with wheels or garbage cans