Outdoor Chicken Cage Hen House with 1 Egg Cage Wood

Reference: ME527065

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£160.99
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Outdoor Chicken Cage Hen House with 1 Egg Cage Wood
£160.99

Description

This wooden chicken cage provides a large cozy place, and it will keep your chickens safe. Made of high-quality pine wood, the cage is strong and durable for years of use. The green waterproof roof on the top keeps rain away, creating a warm, comfortable resting area inside the cubby. Thanks to the close-knit iron wire mesh, your chickens will always get enough fresh air. An easy-climb ramp leads from the lower ground level to the upper floor. A pull-out tray allows an easy cleaning. And the door can be easily locked with a slide-bolt latch. In addition, an egg cage is designed for you to put the eggs in a safe place. Important note: We recommend you placing the chicken cage under shelter. Accordingly, it will last a longer life.


Specifications:

  • Total size: 192 x 75 x 103 cm (W x D x H)
  • Inner dimensions: 189 x 67 x 97 cm (W x D x H)
  • Solid pine wood frame with painted finish
  • Durable powder-coated iron wire mesh
  • Protection against moisture through covered green waterproof roof
  • With a non-slip ramp for easier access to the upper floor
  • A coated pull-out tray for easy maintenance
  • Weather resistant
  • Easy to assemble
  • Suitable for chickens
  • SKU: 170164
  • Brand VIDAXL
  • Equipments Nest box / Access ramp
  • Material Wood
  • Height 103 m
  • Length 192 cm
  • Warranty 2 years
  • ManoMano Reference ME527065

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Bought on 21/04/2017 Edited on 16/08/2020

Poorly made, with bad instructions. Warped after raining once.
Unfortunately other than the prompt delivery, I have nothing positive to say about this product. Never having had chickens before I didn't want to spend vast sums of money in case things didn't work out. After reading the item description the coop seemed just like the thing we needed and at a resonable cost. The item description was grossly misrepresented! The first heart sink came with the instructions... hopelessly inadequate, much time was wasted trying to work them out. The roof came in two parts and there were sharp exposed nails that ran the full length of the joining support section, it had ripped the waterproof covering on both sections due to being badly packed and the waterproofing itself was rather flimsy! These exsposed nails and the screws provided were completely inadequate and we had to improvise using bolts. This design made the roof wobbly and unstable. The screws and the hinges to attach the roof were.. in my opinion, also inadequate as they went into the wood and no more. When opening the roof both hands were required to support it and keep it from bending, so no hands to work with! A foldable hinge either side would have solved this problem I'm sure. There was no door to keep the chickens in at night, so further improvisation was necessary. The external door into the coop in our model had a little window, this was open with no weather protection, improvised with perspex and staples in order to keep the girls dry. Due to the damage of the flimsy waterproof material on the roof we covered the coop with some fine shed felt but despite this the first time it rained the wood warped upwards approximately three inches so the girls were left cold and wet. More improv - a heavy brick! Three days after the girls took up residence one half of the roof seperated from the body of the coop no doubt due to the flimsy hinges and screws and the added weight from the felt! We gave up at this point and bought an Omlet Eglu Go Up. Photografic evidence to support all claims... available on request! Read more