Dad Builds $3,000 Chicken Coop To Get 16 Cent Eggs For Free
Life ยท Feb 17, 2022

BIRMINGHAM, AL - According to sources, local dad Dave Manheart recently completed a project that will help enable his family to save money on groceries. After much research and 10 weekends of hard labor, Dave has succeeded in constructing a backyard chicken coop. With a small investment of just $3000 on lumber and supplies, he now can get 16¢ eggs for free.

"With the supply chain issues and inflation, it's important to be independent," said Manheart. "Plus, this new chicken coop will look really great on my wife's Instagram feed, which is what this whole thing is really about."

Local witnesses described Manheart's pride in the newly constructed chicken coop as "really cute." His wife assured reporters that they will enjoy eating ten eggs a day since they are free.

After leveling a spot in the backyard with a backhoe Dave rented for just $500, putting together the coop was fairly easy and only resulted in two trips to the emergency room with accidental injuries. "Dave says his back will be fine now that he's no longer lifting lumber, and the doctors had no problem re-attaching his finger," said his appreciative wife Deb.

"Daddy bought the cutest little baby chicks!" said his little girl. "But then our dog Buster ate them so we had to get new chicks." The dog now has an $800 invisible fence to keep him away from the chicken coop.

"That was totally worth it," said Dave as he proudly surveyed his handiwork.

At the time of publication, the homeowners association had issued a fine of $500 for the unapproved chicken coop.

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