Getting a chicken coop design is not the difficult part because they are scattered all over the internet, complete with videos and step-by-step guides, ready to be downloaded. What is tricky is having the design that has the elements that will make it very useful. You cannot just settle for what is available because what is perfect for some people does not necessarily mean the same for you. You have to be aware of the factors that need to be considered that will ensure that what you will create is something that will prove very efficient.
The following are some of the factors that may influence the usability of the design you chose for your coop:
Zoning laws – this is present in certain communities and you must be aware of them prior to choosing your design. Some laws may dictate the number of chicken or rooster that you may have and some other special considerations. Make sure that you are familiar with the restrictions, especially if there is a possibility of inspections so that you will not end up having your creation dissembled.
Environment – this is a very important factor because it will help decide the type of materials as well as the look of your coop. You should be aware of the destructive elements available in your environment such as rain, too much sun, humidity and others. Knowing this will allow you to have a sound judgment on which materials to use; those that can stand against such elements thus allowing your coop to be of service for a long time.
Budget – this, of course, is a very influential thing because your ability to spend can dictate the overall outcome of your design. You should be aware of how much you can allot for the project and then make a research on the materials that can be accommodated by your allotted cost. This way, you will have a clear idea on what to use and how you can maximize on the money that you have available.
These are just some of the things that could strongly influence your chicken coop design choice but there are other possible factors that may come into play. Indeed, you may either create your own or just download one but either way; you still have to be aware of the above. You just have to be ready to adjust when necessary so that you can be assured that you will get the most from your investment of time, money and effort in building a coop.
Say Olé to Cinco de Mayo at The VERVE – Crowne Plaza Boston–Natick
On Friday, May 5th, Violet Thorn, the signature bar and lounge located at The VERVE – Crowne Plaza Boston-Natick, invites the community to join them for a fun-filled night of mouthwatering Mexican food and festive music in honor of Cinco de Mayo!
Violet Thorn will celebrate the occasion with everyone’s favorite Mexican-American-themed dishes, including a satisfying trio of Street Tacos filled with carnitas, chicken, and Brussels sprouts; flavorful fresh Tuna Ceviche with lime, pomegranate and black sea salt; and the fan favorite Mexican Street Corn, featuring corn on the cob pieces smothered in zesty Mojo sauce and topped with Queso Fresco.
Additionally, as guests indulge in homemade guacamole and sip on refreshing margaritas, they can enjoy upbeat melodies from local duo, Andres and Joe. As the evening winds down, guests are invited to treat themselves to a warm churro (or two!) before the final song.
Featuring bright and fresh flavors, Violet Thorn’s Cinco de Mayo specialties will be served as follows:
Cinco de Mayo Specials:
Chips and Dips ($6)
Salsa & Queso
Tuna Ceviche ($9)
Pomegranate, Lime, Black Sea Salt
Mexican Street Corn ($3)
Mojo Sauce, Queso Fresco
Blue Agave Leek, Citrus BBQ, Pickled Peppers
Buffalo Sauce, Blue Cheese Ranch Slaw
Brussels Sprouts ($4)
Smoked Shitake, Tomato Jam