Ready to build a chicken tractor and start raising pastured poultry?
Have you ever wanted to build a chicken tractor, but didn’t know which one to choose or how to build it?
Farmer & Engineer Darby Simpson designed his own hoop house style tractor and has been using it on his farm since 2009. This tractor is fairly easy to manage with a couple of wheels and a dolly, and will hold up to 100 broilers!
Darby has used this tractor to generate an income of up to $10,000 (net!) on one acre of ground at his farm in Central Indiana.
It’s rugged enough to withstand strong storms, but versatile enough to be used for turkeys, laying hens or as a sheep, goat or pig shelter. You can even remove the tarps, add plastic and use it as a mini greenhouse in the winter!
Many of his tractors have been used for 8-9 years and are still going, meaning they’ll last a long time – saving you valuable time and money in the long run.
We’ve taken all the guesswork out of how to build the chicken tractor giving you a list of what materials to buy and how to assemble the tractor with our professionally drawn and engineered plans.