9×16 Broiler Coops for 100 Chickens


Our 9 x 16 broiler coop comes with the following features and has room for up to 100 chickens. It includes two wheels for easy moving, four 48″ feeders, and 1 bell waterer with a 16-gallon water tank.

  • NEW!!! – 36 inch Entry Door
  • Heavy 18oz Tarp
  • Front Mount Handle
  • 4 x 48″ inside aluminum feeders (total 16 feet of feeder space)
  • 1 bell waterer with a 16-gallon water tank
  • Wheels for easy movability

Maximize the productivity of your broilers with this coop. 

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9×16 Broiler Coop Features

  • Strong, lightweight, and weather-resistant aluminum frame
  • Stainless steel washer, bolts, and zinc nuts
  • Adjustable wheel system
  • Rubberized Foam tires
  • Roll up sides
  • Plenty of room for up to 100 birds
  • Roosting bars
  • Front mount handle
  • Inside Waterer & Feeder
  • Heavy 18oz Tarp

Each of our 9×16 broiler coops is built with quality by the Amish at Noble Welding located in La Grange, Indiana. Regardless of where you are located, we can deliver this 9×16 broiler coop flat-packed on a pallet and delivered to your front door.

How Many Birds Can Our 9×16 Broiler Coop Hold?

Are you looking for shelter options for your birds? Our 9×16 broiler coops are excellent for anyone looking to raise feathered friends. Our broiler coops are easy to access, making them easy to clean, feed, and egg collection. With regular cleaning and management, this coop provides a productive and healthy environment for raising your chickens for meat production. Your chickens will get the outside treatment while being inside.

Sizes Broiler
9 x 16100 birds

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9×16 Mobile Broiler Coop Payback Period

When considering the adoption of mobile broiler coops, it’s important to highlight the quick and substantial savings they can bring to your poultry farming efforts. Before you start, think about how these broiler coops can help you reach your farming goals and make more money. These mobile broiler coops are not just a trendy idea, they are a smart investment to save money and make your poultry farm work better.

Here is a cost-profit analysis for a 9×16 mobile broiler coop that accommodates 100 broiler chickens. 

Cost to Raise 100 Chickens and Total Net Profit 

Now, let’s figure out how much it costs to care for a flock of 100 broilers. This will help us know how much money you might make. Seeing how much we earn(gross profit) from selling broilers, the next step is to look at all the costs of raising broilers. Here we want to subtract these costs from our earnings to see how much money you might actually make after covering all the important expenses.

Note: Detailed calculations aren’t shown.

Gross Income Per Year

Let’s finalize by looking at the annual gross income for a 9×16 mobile chicken coop. Based on our calculations, a 9x16mobile coop could earn about $2,900 each year by selling eggs or meat.

Understanding both the total income and the money you might actually make is important in poultry farming. With this information, farmers can decide if they want to invest more, grow their farms, or make their farming methods better.

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Assemble Your Broiler Coops in a Few Short Hours

Assembling this 9×16 coop is a relatively straightforward process that requires few basic tools. Assembling this broiler coop will take between 2 and 4 hours. It would help if you planned to have two people available for assembly. Once the coop is assembled, ensure that it is stable and level before putting your chickens inside.

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