Colors & Materials
SidingBright Barn Red
Siding MaterialEngineered Wood with 50 yr Manufacturer's Warranty
Trim MaterialEngineered Wood with 50 yr Manufacturer's Warranty
Roofing MaterialInsulated Metal Roof with 30 yr Manufacturer's Warranty
Benecoop™ Country Coop Kit 46B
Plus Get SecureWire™ Super on Slider Windows FREE...Now until June 30, 2020
The complete high quality, handmade, Amish backyard chicken coop includes everything you need in a hen house. Roost bars, nest boxes, insulated metal roof, chicken door and chicken ramp as well as a locking person door. This coop will keep your chickens safe and includes wire over the windows free with the June promotion.
ALL ESSENTIALS INCLUDED
- Chicken Door with Chicken Ramp
- Keyed, Locking Person Door
- Durable, Scrap-able Engineered Wood Floor
- (6) Six Nesting Boxes (3-4 chickens like to share)
- (2) Two Roosting Bars
- (2) Two Predator Proofed Windows that Open with Screens
- Predator Proofed Ventilation Lid
- Wood Studs
- Engineered Wood Siding with 50 yr Manufacturer’s Warranty
- SecureWire™ Super on Windows - 1/2” x 1/2” Opening Vinyl Coated Galvanized Wire
- 40 yr Insulated Metal Roof
- Pressure Treated Legs and Runners - mean coop can sit directly on the flat ground.
QUICK & EASY TO BUILD A VERY STURDY CHICKEN COOP
- Large Section Pieces
- Requires a Drill
- Requires Two Strong People to Build
Overall Size: 4’ x 6’
Coop Size: 4’ x 6’
Shipping Crate Dimensions 80” x 70” x 49”
Weight with Shipping Crate 675 lbs
Preparing the Ground for a New Chicken House
Preparing for delivery may be a whole lot easier than you imagined. Your new coop only requires a flat, well drained surface to sit on. Grass is fine. Water should not drain towards it or pool around the bottom of the coop (that would be harmful to your chickens as well).
The pressure treated legs and runners will last for years and years on the ground without anything else under them. If you prefer for your coop to sit on a base - cinderblocks, gravel or concrete is fine. The primary concern is prolonged exposure to moisture so water must have an escape and it must not collect around the base of the coop. See, easy breezy!
Normally your chicken coop will arrive in about three to six weeks from your order date. However, we are currently 14 to 16 weeks out on handmade coops. It may be sooner if we happen to have a truck rolling your way, but no promises at the moment.
Your coop will be delivered curbside on a pallet, packed in a large crate. The crate must be pulled apart in order for you to access the large sections of the coop that are to be assembled.
We will communicate via email all delivery information as it becomes available.
Due to differences in monitors, the colors you see on your screen may seem different, primarily darker or lighter, in person.
The Right Size Chicken Coop
As you surely know, it is important to have the right size chicken coop for your individual situation. There are a variety of factors to consider, such as:
- Chicken Quantity
- Chicken Size
- Yard / Space Available
- Climate Where You Live
- Possibly, Where the Coop is Placed
- How You will Range Your Chickens, and When
- Your Preferences
- Your Future Chicken Keeping Plans
We have assembled all the information we think will help you to make a good decision on chicken coop size. If you are still undecided when it comes to space for your hens, click the button and get the info you need!
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Everything You Need in a Chicken Coop is Included to Start Backyard Chicken Keeping for 6 to 12 Chickens
+ 4' x 6' Chicken Coop (24 sq ft)
+ (6) Nesting Boxes for Hens to Lay Eggs (Hens Most Often Share Nest Boxes - It is their Preference to have Three to Four Hens per Nest Box)
+ (2) Roosting Bars for Sleeping
+ Chicken Door with Latch to Secure it in an Open Position and a Latch to Keep it Securely Closed
+ Chicken Ramp
Keeping Chicken Safe - Predators Proofing a Chicken Coop
Here is What Our Coops have to Keep Your Chickens Safe:
+ SecureWire™ Super, 1/2" x 1/2" Vinyl Coated, Galvanized Predator Protection Wire
- On Slider Windows that Open (To Prevent Harm from Animals like Raccoons)
- On the Ventilation Lid (To Keep Chickens Safe)
(2) Slider Windows that Open and have Screens
Exterior Egg Access is Conveniently Located in the Front of the Coop at a Height Most Children Can Reach Too.
Person Entry Door into Run with Keyed Lock
SecureWire™ Super Over Windows for Chicken Safety. The High Quality Wire Product is Vinyl Coated and Galvanized with Small 1/2" x 1/2" Openings for the Highest Level of Predator Protection for Your Flock
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Ventilation Opening in the Open Position. This Opening is Great for Getting Airflow through the Chicken Coop, (Especially when the Windows are Open). It Also Closes Snuggly So the Coop Won't Be Drafty in the Winter. Oh, and that Great Safety Feature - SecureWire™ Super to Keep All the Critters Out!
Insulated Metal Roof with 40 Year Manufacturer's Warranty to Keep Chickens Warmer in Winter & Cooler in Summer.
Engineer Wood Siding with a 50 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. It is Primed and then Painted Twice. Maintenance Means Repainting it Every 15 Years or So.
More Important Than Most Think - Keeping Chickens Cool
We know what is important to you and to your chickens. Heating is the concern of most new chicken keepers so you might be surprised to learn that cooling is oOften a much bigger issue. A chicken can die from too much heat but death from cold is less likely. If a chicken had her wish, temperatures would never be more than 50 degrees.Here is How Our Coop Helps Keep Your Chickens Cooler in Summer & Warmer in Winter
+ Insulated Metal Roof for Cooler Summers and Warmer Winters
+ Ventilation Opening that Seals to Keep More Heat In or Out
+ Two Slider Windows that Open in Order to Create a Cross Breeze with the Ventilation Opening.Read Move About What You Can Do to Keep Your Chickens Comfortable in Cold & Hot Weather
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Why This Coop?
1. Handmade Quality Amish Craftsmanship Goes into Every Chicken Coop Kit.
2. The Material We Use are the Best for Durably and Long Lasting Value.
3. Years and Years of Chicken Keeping Experience Inform the Design of Our Amish Coops. The Amish Folks Who Make Your Coop Use Them Too.
Chicken Door with Ramp.
Pressure Treated Runners Mean This Coop Can Sit Directly on the Ground or on Grass - as Long as the Location is Flat and Water Runs Away from the Coop.
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