Designed for up to 4 chickens
With plenty of roosting and nesting space, you can happily house up to four standard-size chickens, or five to six bantams,
depending on their size. This chicken coop, like every one we sell at My Pet Chicken, is NOT intended for full-time
confinement. The run is convenient when you can't let your flock roam freely, but make sure your flock has several hours per day free-ranging
or in a much larger run.
Tack on up to three additional covered runs.
Sure, you let your flock out to roam during the day, but in inclement weather your chickens seek the shelter of their coop. Additional covered
run space provides a more comfortable place to stay until the weather clears up. Each Clubhouse includes the one run pictured, and our add-on runs are the same
size and style, including the tongue-and-groove wood roof, and you can tack on up to three! (Just remember to site your coop and runs on level ground.) And to keep rodents out, you can now purchase wood-framed wire mesh floors made 1/2" hardware cloth. They screw right into the base of your coop and run and will keep rodents and other digging predators from getting in!
Versatile! Use as starter coop, hospital, broody house, or for a bantam breeding trio
We love this model for first-timers because it offers inexpensive entree into the hobby. If you're like most of our customers, you'll double or triple your flock within a few years, and you'll end up having to build or buy a larger coop--but you'll love having this one on hand. Whether you use it to isolate an injured or sick bird, to give a broody hen the space to hatch her own babies, to transition new juvenile chicks to life "outdoors" while protecting them from your established flock, or even to isolate a bantam breeding trio or quartet for a short while,
you'll always be glad to have it around!
Designed for happy owners...
Features include: easy nesting box access, conveniently-placed doors, a 3" deep, pull-out droppings tray lined in
metal (new feature to allow for more bedding!), and a convenient "chicken door" with a handle that slides open from
the outside to get your flock from the house to the run. The tongue-and-groove roof on both the coop and run is attractive
and will add to the lifespan of your coop. The roof of the Clubhouse opens, and if you do not plan to use this
feature, we recommend you screw the roof closed to help prevent predators from gaining access.
...And happy chickens
Features include: 50" of rounded-edge roosting poles, two nesting boxes (only one is required for every 4-5 hens!), a ramp for entering and exiting the run,
a plexiglass window for maintaining biorhythms, and a covered run area for protection from the elements.
Plus, a new feature: the run area under the house is 18" high! In other models you'll find online, it's only 12" or 14" high, which isn't
large enough to accommodate many types of feeders and drinkers, should you choose to place yours there.
This chicken coop is designed for those of you whose flocks need extra ventilation in summer. Dual ventilation slots on the front and back of the
house slide open to 5" x 5" for a nice cross-breeze, and easily close to keep your chickens warmer in the cooler months. The openings are
covered with 1/2" hardware cloth to help keep out predators and pests.
Two latches on every door provide extra protection. Note the dual latches on the slide-out droppings tray, too,
which help keep racoons from pulling it out and reaching in for your flock's feet. Half-inch galvanized hardware cloth lines the run
and will help keep out even determined predators. Just close the handy sliding door from the coop to the run at dusk to keep burrowing
predators from gaining access. Or, purchase the optional wire mesh floors, which screw to the base of your coop and run(s) so you don't have to worry about closing the door from the coop to the run at night!
Exterior dimensions: 83" wide x 36" deep x 52.5" tall, at peak
Interior dimensions, house: 26" wide x 26" deep, excluding nest box
Interior dimensions, nest box: 12" wide x 22" deep x 14" at highest (12" high at lowest)
Run dimensions: 66" wide x 27" deep. Area under house is 18" high
Protect Your Coop Purchase...
...With a yearly stain or seal. The natural wood material will break down over time. If you do not,
you can realistically expect four to six years' use out of this coop. If you keep it in good shape
by sealing it annually, you'll have it for many years to come.
UPS Ground shipping is included! Allow up to 2 weeks for arrival. The Clubhouse comes in two separate boxes. Box 1 is 44" x 37" x 6" and weighs 47 pounds. Box two is 52" x 28" x 8" and weighs 51 pounds. The box for the optional run is 42" x 33" x 8" and weighs 31 pounds.
Coop is manufactured from Chines Fir.
Please note: we do not have a storefront and orders cannot be picked up from our location. Also, we can only ship within the United States. Shipment of chicken coops is limited to the 48 contiguous states only (not Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the other U.S. territories).
Damages, Returns & Cancellations
If your coop has been significantly damaged in shipment, please refuse the package so we may expedite sending you a new one. If you are unable to do so, report the damages to us within 48 hours, and send pictures so we can best determine the next steps to be taken. Photos help us determine which pieces are damaged. Please be aware that superficial scratches and dings may occur in the shipping process, and that we will replace or refund you for any broken, missing, or damaged pieces.
If you cancel your order before the coop leaves our warehouse, we'll refund you all but a $5 cancellation fee. If you'd like to cancel your order after it has left the warehouse, or return it once it has arrived to you, you'll be responsible for return shipping as well as a 15% restocking fee that will be withheld from the refund. Please note, once you have assembled your coop it cannot be returned.
All you need is a screwdriver! All the hardware is included, and most holes are pre-drilled. With two people, allow
approximately a half hour; with just one, allow a full hour.
Once you construct the coop, we recommend you let it "air out" for a week before moving your chickens in.
The non-toxic wood stain emits a strong odor that disappears over time.