- Room for 35 to 50 chickens
- Great ventilation: comes with three windows and two gable vents
- Long chicken roost
- Plywood floor with five runners comes standard
- Optional floor upgrade to 5/8" pressure treated plywood
- Optional nesting boxes (4 or 6)
- Many coop sizes to choose from
Dimensions & Specifications
- Overall coop dimensions: 10' wide x 8' high, and 10'-16' long
- Coop access door: 36" wide x 72" high
- Chicken doors: 8" wide x 13" high
- Total roosting space: approx. 10'
- Chicken ramp: 5-1/2" wide x 4' long
- Optional Nesting boxes: choose 4 or 6, each will be approx. 1' square
- Windows: (1)30" wide x 36" high, and (2)14" wide x 21" high
- Total coop weight: 2,367 to 3,257 lbs
Materials at a Glance
- The LP® siding is backed by a 50-year limited warranty and is rot resistant. The siding is durable and attractive with its tongue and groove look.
- The coop comes standard with a plywood floor supported by five front-to-back ACQ pressure-treated runners. It can be placed on a prepared site of crushed stone or concrete.
Quality-Made in America
This chicken coop kit is handcrafted by the Amish in Ohio, using high quality materials. The kit is made up of panels and it will be delivered on a pallet with all the hardware and components you need to put it together. Each coop is made to order!
Three double-hung, slide-up windows and two gable vents come standard with your purchase. They will provide plenty of ventilation, which is essential to avian health. The two front windows are 14" wide by 21" high and the rear window is 30" wide by 36" high. The windows have standard screens.
Chicken door and ladder
Your chicken coop comes standard with a chicken door and ladder to let your chickens in and out of their coop. The chicken door is 8" wide by 13" high and comes complete with a latch. The chicken ladder is 4'long and 5-1/2" wide. You can choose to put the chicken door on the left or right side of the front entry door. If you prefer, you can upgrade to automatic doors. (We feel it’s one of the best investments you can make!) Learn about the various automatic door choices, here.
A plywood floor comes standard with your coop and this floor is supported by five front-to-back pressure treated runners. Or you can upgrade your floor to a five-eighths inch, ACQ pressure treated floor. In this case, both the floor and the runners will be protected from the elements, termites, rot and fungal decay.
The black hardware on the doors of this coop add to its old fashioned style. The front entry door latch will accept a lock (not included) and the chicken door latch can be reinforced with a carabiner (not included) if you want to be sure to keep predators out.
The following tools are needed to assemble this coop: cordless drill (12v or higher) #2 square drive bit, hammer, 6' ladder, tape measure, square utility knife with blade and hook blade, speed square, 5/16" wood drill bit
30 Day Money Back Guarantee!
If you aren’t satisfied with your purchase, you may return your coop within thirty days of receipt for a full refund, less the total cost of shipping.
Other customization available
Is there something you want to add to your coop but you don’t see it here? If so, please
contact us. The manufacturer of this coop may be able to add some bells and whistles for you.
Enhancements and Modifications
While we make every effort to ensure the product you purchase meets your expectations, the actual product may differ slightly from images and renderings shown due to enhancements and/or modifications made at the discretion of the manufacturer.
There is a 10-year limited warranty on the coops. This warranty covers structural problems should they occur, assuming the coop was properly assembled and maintained.
What to know about shipping and delivery
Please call Customer Service for a shipping quote and allow 2 to 4 weeks for delivery. Each coop is made to order!
When the pallet reaches the customer's local shipping terminal, the shipping company will contact the customer to set up delivery. The customer is responsible for providing at least two people at delivery to help unload the kit. (The driver is not required to help unload.) The pieces are packed onto one or more pallets. After the bands are cut from each pallet, the pieces can be unloaded one at a time. Depending on the size of the chicken coop ordered, the pieces may weigh 40 to 60 pounds or as much as 95 pounds.