How I Made Nearly $2 Million Selling Chicken Coops | On the Side

Kathy Vegh Hughes is the Head Hen and Founder of Cutest Coops, a boutique chicken coop company based in Ohio. The journey to Cutest Coops started when Kathy took to raising chickens as a way to de-stress from the taxing job of running her father’s company. Kathy struggled to find a coop that met her standards and gave her chickens protection from predators, so she started to toy with the idea of turning the chicken keeper lifestyle into a business. She then built her own coop that was easy to clean and truly emulated how she felt about her pets. In June 2019, Kathy officially launched Cutest Coops with just $3,800. Now in 2021, Cutest Coops will be just shy of $2 million in sales and Kathy says she is just getting started.

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How I Made Nearly $2 Million Selling Chicken Coops | On the Side

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