Randolph County 4-H’ers Show Off Their Chicken Coops

— Written By Rhea Hebert
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Chicken coop with video icon and text Raldolph County 4-H Virtual Coop Tours

Chicken coops are as diverse as the people who build them — and the chickens that use them.

Whether you’re looking for inspiration for a chicken coop for your feathered friends or just want to see what North Carolina 4-H’ers have done, take a look at the Randolph County virtual coop tours.

You can find all of the tours on the Randolph County YouTube channel, in the Randolph County 4-H Virtual Coop Tour playlist.


If you have questions about chicken coops, check out our Housing page, part of our Backyard Flocks & Eggs materials, or contact an Area Specialized agent for poultry or your county livestock agent.

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Rhea Hebert, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionRhea HebertInstructional and Media Designer Call Rhea Email Rhea Poultry Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Sep 11, 2020
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