## What size coop do I need for 3 chickens?

Try to plan for at least 10 square feet of outdoor space per chicken. But really, the more space you can provide, the happier your chickens will be. In addition to outdoor space, your coop should have roosting bars—preferably at least eight to 12 inches per bird—so they can sleep comfortably at night.

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**How big of a chicken coop do I need for 4 chickens?**

4 by 4 feet

So for 4 chickens that free range, you only need a coop/run area that measures about: 4 by 4 feet (16 square ft). But it is always best to give them as much space as you can. For chickens that will be inside the run all the time (never free ranging), you need to bump that number up to 10 square feet per bird.

### Is it better to have 3 or 4 chickens?

Social Complexity Of The Flock Some might recommend that keeping just two chickens is OK, but one should never keep fewer than three in order to meet the social needs of the birds. The more chickens you have, the more complex and satisfying their social structure will be. Chickens thrive on their social lives.

**How many chickens will a 4×6 Coop hold?**

15 chickens

Cottage Style 4×6 Chicken Coop (up to 15 chickens)

## How many chickens will fit in a 3×3 coop?

3-5 chickens

Product Description. The 3×3 A-Frame chicken coop fits 3-5 chickens and is a good choice if you’re a beginner or want to share the experience of raising chickens with young children. This coop size is well-suited for residential chicken raising.

**How many meat birds do I need for a family of 4?**

But how many chickens do you need and what kind of chickens should you get to start raising? For egg production, a homestead needs at least two chickens per person, which will provide between 4 to 7 eggs per week. For meat production, between 18 and 36 chickens at any given time will yield about 2 chickens per week.

### How many chickens does a family of 4 need?

To provide enough eggs for a family of 4, you need 4-6 chickens. This will provide you with some extra eggs during the productive summer months and even out the lower production winter months and molting period. Depending on the breed, it’s safe to expect a chicken to lay an egg 2 out of every 3 days.

**How many chickens do you need for a family of 3?**

How Many Chickens Do I Need Chart

Family Size | Number Of Chickens | Number Of Chicks To Get* |
---|---|---|

Family of 3 | 3-5 chickens | 7 chicks |

Family of 4 | 4-6 chickens | 9 chicks |

Family of 5 | 4-7 chickens | 10 chicks |

Family of 6 | 5-8 chickens | 11 chicks |

## How many chickens can fit in a 4×3 coop?

Estimated space for 6 to 8 chickens. Total Height: 70″

**How many chickens does a family of 3 need?**

### How many chickens do I need for 4 people?

4-6 chickens

Chickens are all about eggs So, normally 4-6 chickens should be plenty for a family of four – 3 to 5 per week.

**How many chickens do you need for 3 people?**

Chickens are social birds and they do not fare well on their own, so you should have a minimum of two. As a very loose rule of thumb, two to three hens per family member should cover your egg needs, or four if your family really loves eggs or plans to give eggs away occasionally.

## How many chickens do I need for a family of 3?

**How many chickens are needed for a family of 4?**