Handcrafted Chicken Coops
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Why Choose Dare 2 Dream Coops?
MIKE Y, SANTA BARBARA
I couldn't be more pleased. Our chicken coop was delivered and set up by Jeremy and Chris. It surpassed my expectation and was, indeed, worth the price. Solid wood construction. Heavy duty hardware and painted in a very appealing two tone that really contributes to my back yard's ambiance. I highly recommend this method of securing a durable, secure and attractive coop. They are made by decent and honest people who you can trust.
SHORLETTE K, ANAHEIM
I purchased a chicken coop from Dare2dream in March 2018. The staff was very professional and they were on time when they delivered my coop. I was very happy once it was put together, it's now 4 months later and I'm still very pleased with my coop.
Thanks Dare 2 Dream Farms.
AYERS M, SANTA BARBARA
I am over the moon with my new chicken coop! The team at Dare 2 Dream Farms are amazing!!
They gave me great advice and I was able to find the perfect coop for my back yard. They came and installed it very quickly! The best part is that if I move or decide I want my coop in another place I can dismantle it by panel and easily move it somewhere else! If only they gave lessons to my girls on how to use a coop... But they are slowly getting the idea!
Thank you so much Dare 2 Dream Farms!!!
Our coops are built with your chickens' safety in mind from the wood to the wire.
Hardware Cloth (1/2 inch) is used instead of larger gauge wire or chicken wire to prevent predators from reaching through larger 1-inch holes and to prevent them from tearing holes in the wire large enough for them to get in. This is used over every ventilation holes and in all the attached runs.
Premium Hardware is used not only for the finished look, but also to prevent predators such as raccoons from tearing the hinges off, or figuring out how to use simple latches to get into the coop.
Easy to Clean
Sanitation is the first and best trick to keeping a healthy flock. Here's why our coops are easier to keep clean than others.
No Poop Trays: A poop tray is a gimmicky feature that is usually more difficult to clean. Trays deep enough to hold litter are cumbersome and difficult to handle. Lightweight trays become crusted in poop that is tough to clean, smelly and attracts flies.
Large Coop Doors: Our coops feature one or two large barn-like doors that provide you easy access to simply sweep out and the soiled pine shavings or litter.
Removable Roosts: Our roosts are removable allowing you to bring them out and scrub them down to keep them clean.
Highest Humane Standard
Store-bought coops claim to hold more chickens than they humanely should. They may not contain all necessary features or they contain gimmicky features that sacrifice the safety of the chickens.
Chickens per Coop: We recommend approximately 10 square feet per chicken in the coop and run together. Our coops rated for a lower and more reasonable number of chickens so they will not become stressed in close quarters.
Real Roosts allow your chickens to perch higher off the ground will make your chickens feel safe, as opposed to the small, ground-level roosts in store-bought coops.
Fully secured nesting boxes prevent animals from forcing their way through flimsy flooring or lids.
Large windows and ventilation holes provide ample ventilation and natural light for chickens.
Built to Last
With Dare 2 Dream Farms, you'll find a coop that will last you the length of your love for your girls.
Quality Lumber (redwood or doug fir) is used to build our coops so you won't have to continue replacing parts on your coop as they break year after year. Small coops built with Chinese Fir are often broken during shipment, during assembly, or within the first year. Our coops are built to last over time, and will weather well.
Sturdy Framing allows you to deconstruct your coop and put it back together in a new place if you or your flock has to move.
We Deliver AND Install
Just make sure to read the fine print!
All standard Dare 2 Dream Farms coops are built to order and have a lead time of 5-6 weeks for construction. The lead time for custom coops will depend on the size, materials, location, and other determining factors.
Delivery and installation can take between 1-4 hours.
For delivery and installation of your chicken coop, choose our White Glove Delivery service.
Starting at $275, the price for this delivery and installation service is based on the coop style, delivery location, and season.
After your order is placed, a customer service representative will contact you to schedule your estimated delivery date and confirm that the terms and conditions will be met.
Terms & Conditions
Prior to the delivery:
The intended installation site must be determined.
The ground must be made flat.
The ground must be made level.
The pathway to the installation site must be free of obstructions and maintain a minimum 30" wide clearance at all times (through doorways and gates).
Note: If you're unable to meet these requirements, please notify your customer service representative so the appropriate arrangements can be made. Surcharges apply for site modification upon delivery and installation. The delivery team is not responsible for site modification without advanced notice, and the coop will not be installed. An additional installation fee will apply if a return visit is required to finish construction of the coop.
Orders for standard chicken coops may be cancelled for a full refund within 48 hours. After 48 hours, a variable fee for cancellation will be deducted from the amount of the refund based on the progress of coop construction.
We do not accept cancellations for custom chicken coop orders.