8X16 Chicken/Poultry Coop & Run Kit

Featured here is the E-Z Frame 8X16 Chicken Coop and Run Kit. E-Z Frame Structure Kits make framing a building easy for anyone! Using 2X2 lumber (actual dimensions slightly smaller), and with no angle lumber cuts necessary, it takes less than a couple of hours to frame a structure!

Our brackets are made of a heavy duty polypropylene material with a built in UV inhibitor that prevents them from cracking or getting brittle in the sun.

This kit is designed with a run area for your poultry (8 Ft. W X 12 Ft. D) on one end of the structure, and includes a door for easy access. There is a raised coop area (8 Ft. W X 4 Ft. D) on the other end of the structure that allows for nesting boxes, and a second door that can be used for easy access to this area for cleaning. This kit also includes a poultry door in the center wall that separates these two areas--this will both provide your chickens access between the areas and make it easy to enclose them on one end for cleaning. Just build a ramp to the door and they are ready to go! 

Once assembled, just cover the structure in your choice of siding and roofing materials. Each structure is completely customizable, so you can design it to fit your project or environment! 

(Images are representations of a completed structure)



- Step By Step Instructions and a Lumber Cut List
- Door Assembly Kit
- Brackets required to complete this project 



Check out the DIY section for windows, truss webbing, and more upgrade options to add to your kit!

You selected the structure kit. Now it's time to choose your amenities!

Choose from extra window or roof vent kits. Single and double door kits. Or extra brackets to create angled corner bracing to make your structure more solid and rigid. You can also visit our DIY collection for many other add on options such as extra webbing for your trusses or bracket packs to create a unique add on of your own!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
I super recommend this!

Wow! So I had help picking out the lumber and all the chicken wire because I don't know anything about this sort of stuff. But yeah it was just super easy to build this thing. You just start by screwing the frame together like the instructions say and all the little connector pieces make it very easy, and then you just put the wire and the roof on there and it's done! So to anyone wondering if they can do this sort of project, you totally can, it's not very hard! Just put a couple hours aside so you can get it all figured out wihtout stressing about it!

Levi Rohney

easy to do, make sure you have a chordless drill

Jennifer Reed
love it!

This got here very fast and we were able to get it all set up with no problems. Lumber costs were a little higher than we anticipated right now, but I know there's a lot going on with the world and inflation and all that. But hopefully it will all balance out with the amount we'll save being able to raise our own poultry!