Fancy Hen Apron - Rag Doll
Your hen will prance around the yard with pride in one of these
beautiful, made-in-America Hen Aprons. They're sewn with love in South
Carolina by a fellow doting chicken "mama" who wanted to protect her
birds with something as cute as they are! With many designs and style
options, you can choose which will complement your hen the best. Rag Doll comes in brown with a pretty floral ruffle!
your roosters are being overly... (eh hem) amorous... or your hens are
picking at one another, causing feather loss or a bare back, our
gorgeous Hen Aprons will keep those girls covered and allow the feathers
Each apron is sewn with three layers: the
fabric of your choice
on the top and bottom, and an interface layer in between (or fleece, if
you choose). Frills are a folded, pressed piece of material, with both
the top and underneath side reflecting the "right side" or colorful side
of the material.
In other words, these heavy-duty aprons won't fall apart. They're made
to last. If your winters get cold, you may want to consider adding a
The aprons come in three different sizes to
accommodate a range of bird sizes. The suggestions for each size are
listed below. And if you're not sure which size would fit best, or you
have a pullet that still has some growing to do, you don't have to worry
-- you can order your apron with an "adjustable snap" to ensure you get a good fit.
Plus the elastic straps help keep the apron snug while still allowing
plenty of room to stretch their wings. The Hen Apron has been tested
extensively on the designer's flock, and on our own!
Small: for Bantams or small breeds up to 3 lbs. Measures approximately 6” long by 7.5” wide
Medium: for most Large Fowl birds 3.5 to 6 pounds. Measures approximately 7' long by 9” wide
For only the largest hens (Orpingtons, Cochins, Brahmas) or most
roosters (6.5 to 9 lbs.). Measures approximately 9” long by 12” wide
Delivery: Each order is custom made, so please allow up to two weeks for shipment.
**Refunds for unused aprons will be given, minus a $3 processing fee.