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Old 10-18-2012, 07:13 PM  
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Thanks a lot Neal


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OSB is for cheaper installations while ply is for better applications. That is your choice. For me, the minimum is 7/16" but if you have snow load, I'd go thicker. Since it is a coop, you can cheat because the chickens will not sue you.


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Thanks. And if they do sue I will use them for meat!!
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