When I gave my cousin the pair of Malaysian Seramas, she didn’t have an appropriate outside cage for them. I suggested she build a chicken tractor – something she was not familiar with. . So I said that I would build her one.
I took a cage that I had, laid it on its back and removed the bottom.
Then I built a frame out of angle iron to set it in.
Next, I made and attached a handle and
built an angle iron frame for the house.
After installing the walls, I painted them gray and added the roof and wheels.
This particular model is a hatchback – no pun intended.
It comes complete with a memory hose roost attached to a removable floor for easy clean-up.
According to code, there is a handicapped entrance.
On the front of the house is some decorative iron work because decoration can cover up poor planning.
So… as they say in Southern France…
Vie-ola! You have yoreself a chicken tractor!