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#CC68 6X8' Chicken Coop (20-24 Chickens)

Sales price $1,949.00

Availability: in stock

SKU: #CC68

Holds 20-24 chickens

6x8' Chicken Coop (20-24 Chickens)
Very unique complete with roosts with lids on outside to easily get your farm fresh eggs. Also quite manageable to move around. Built with pine board & batton siding, asphalt shingle or steel roof and 2×4 frame. Preasure treated plywood floor. Vinyl sliding windows with screens for good ventilation. With a man door and a chicken door if you want to let them out during the day for free range.

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Monday, 17 April 2017
This coop was a complete waste of money and I wouldn't recommend. All winter, snow drifted in from the nesting box area as well as other areas even when all windows and openings were closed. Now that it is spring, water is leaking in and making it so that the bedding is never dry. Also, none of the latches work properly. It is very difficult to close the chicken door and the latches to keep the nesting boxes open don't even line up- making them impossible to close. Overall, I'll probably have to buy a new coop within a year because this one is absolutely terrible and the constant wet bedding is a huge threat to the birds.
Post Author: sabcz
Monday, 17 April 2017
This coop was a complete waste of money and I wouldn't recommend. All winter, snow drifted in from the nesting box area as well as other areas even when all windows and openings were closed. Now that it is spring, water is leaking in and making it so that the bedding is never dry. Also, none of the latches work properly. It is very difficult to close the chicken door and the latches to keep the nesting boxes open don't even line up- making them impossible to close. Overall, I'll probably have to buy a new coop within a year because this one is absolutely terrible and the constant wet bedding is a huge threat to the birds.
Post Author: sabcz