Domestic Pet Chicken Houses Barn Premium Chick Fantastic

January 26, 2016 - Comment

Dimensions: 49.25″ W x 42.75″ D x 47″ H For up to 6 chickens 2 hinged side roofs 2 latched doors for easy entry 2 removable wooden side panels The perfect home for your backyard flock Features two hinged side roofs; two latched doors for easy access Safe non-toxic stain Easy assembly using only a

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(as of April 19, 2020 6:12 pm EDT - Details)

Dimensions: 49.25″ W x 42.75″ D x 47″ H For up to 6 chickens 2 hinged side roofs 2 latched doors for easy entry 2 removable wooden side panels The perfect home for your backyard flock Features two hinged side roofs; two latched doors for easy access Safe non-toxic stain Easy assembly using only a screwdriver The Premium Chick-N-Barn Chicken Hutch is the perfect home for your little chicks. Our chicken coop is constructed with the highest quality materials and can house up to 6 chickens. Our chicken coop features a vented gable roof and an appealing prairie barn design that will look great in any backyard. We’ve included two hinged side roofs, two latched doors, and two removable wooden side panels for easy access. Easy to assemble with only a screwdriver. The safe non-toxic stain is completely safe for birds so you can rest assured your flock is happy and healthy.

Product Features

  • Our Chicken Coop Is Constructed With The Highest Quality Materials And Can House Up To 6 Chickens.

Comments

Chandler says:

Really great for the price, in hot climates you’ll want to make adjustments to roof I looked at this many places online and the price varied greatly. I actually ordered mine on Amazon through Petco and that listing link is now gone from Amazon. Mine was far cheaper than this current listing so I’d advise googling the name of this coop or seeing if another listing pops up again if you are interested in it. 

James Kirwin says:

Good design but pricey, small and sloppy workmanship We purchased this for our small flock of bantams that we somehow ended up buying at Chick Days at the local Tractor Supply. We bought the nest box at the same time. 

Kristin Ferguson says:

Needed modifications…. We bought this coop for our four pullets, knowing we’d want to modify it. We chose it because it was cheap. Assembly was easy, which was a huge relief to my husband. We also bought the double nesting box sold separately. The first thing we did was add spring-loaded hooks to keep out raccoons. We chose to add these to all four of the doors–the main door, the door to the roosting area, the lid to the nesting box, and even the door to the storage area above–since the only thing holding the…

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