Summer's over... I'm preparing the coop for fall weather.
Richard built a feeder out of PVC piping and wood that we can fill from the outside. It holds several days' worth of food.
Today I made some curtains that can be let down to keep rain out on really bad days. Keeping the coop somewhat dry will be healthier for the chickens. All of the bedding will be allowed to build up in the coop over the winter to compost and provide heat. (This is called the deep litter method) I dig it up and add fresh wood shavings and diatomaceous earth on top every week. This week I used our first fall leaves for bedding.
The chickens in the foreground of this picture are Mohawk and Fancypants Johnson.