Give your chickens room to roam in a secure environment with the Trixie Natura Peak Roof Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run. This handsome, big chicken coop provides plenty of space for movement as well as cozy, safe nesting areas for up to two standard size chickens or four bantams.
The Trixie Natura Peak Roof Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run is a handsome and sturdy outdoor chicken coop. It features two protected nesting areas on the top floor with an optional divider. The coop is a warm, safe place for your chickens to sleep, stay out of bad weather and lay eggs. When your flock wants to enjoy some fresh air, they can head down the ramp to the spacious run and foraging area below. The foraging area of the big chicken coop gives your chickens room to wander and enjoy the sunshine. This area is enclosed with close mesh galvanized metal to keep your pets safe and secure. The run features a solid wooden wall that protects your chickens from the wind. This outdoor chicken coop allows for the attachment of the Trixie Natura Outdoor Run for Chicken Coops (sold separately), so you can give your pets even more space.
The Trixie Natura Peak Roof Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run is a large, handsome and durable outdoor chicken coop. It is made with solid wood construction, galvanized metal and composite asphalt shingles. The weather resistant finish helps this big chicken coop hold up against rain or shine, so that it can provide your pets with a great home for years to come.
This coop provides you with many different ways to reach your pets. A hinged roof with a locking arm gives you an easy way to access eggs or clean out soiled nesting. You can also open a front panel to the coop or a front door to enter the run. Each door comes with a metal slide latch to provide extra safety for your pets. The coop also features a pull out plastic tray for easy cleaning and maintenance.
Internet Price: $345.99
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68.8" L X 31.5" W X 42.1" H
Fits 2 standard size chickens or 4 bantams