Enjoy fresh eggs and family fun with a quality-built chicken coop! Choose from a variety of styles and sizes, all with a long list of standard features. Or let us customize your chicken coop to meet your specific needs!
Inspired by century old barn styles, our Quaker hen houses feature a distinctive roof line overhang that works well in just about any backyard setting.
Our Combination coops feature a hen house with an attached chicken run to give chickens a safe place to scratch.
Keep your chickens on fresh grass with our Tractor style hen house featuring a movable cage and run combo.
A clean, classic look favored by many, our A-Frame chicken coops offer straight lines, beautiful trim and their own touch of class!
Providing maximum interior space, our Dutch coops offer a quaint hip-style roof, creating the look of a miniature barn.
Our best space-saving coop, the Lean To is designed to be set against a building or wall, saving valuable yard space.
The right door for your chicken coop is one that offers a quality latch for closing as well as holding the door open.
One inch by two inch mesh inside the ventilation door keeps predators out of the hen house, while still allowing extra ventilation for your hens.
Sturdy, well-designed nesting boxes feature a lid heavy enough to keep predators out, yet still allow easy access to the eggs.
Add a feed bin beside your chicken coop to keep your feed and bedding close by and secure from rodents. We can match your feed bin to your hen house with a matching stain, paint or trim for a seamless look. Custom sizes are also available. Just contact us for details!
Make cleanup a breeze by adding a glassboard floor to your coop!
Recommended for smaller chicken coops, our removable litter tray makes it easier to keep your chickens cleaner and healthier.
Our electrical package allows you to add convenient options to your chicken coop including heated water bowls, lighting, automatic doors and more...
Fertilize your whole yard without sacrificing the grass. Our wheel package makes your chicken house movable, providing fresh scratch areas for your chickens and keeping your grass healthier. We offer several styles of wheels, including one that allows you to lower the hen house to the ground and then jack it back up to move it. Contact us for details on all the options!
Brown egg layer. Nice looking chicken with good disposition
Brown egg layer. Docile, fat yellow chicken.
Brown egg layer. Interesting black and white striped patterned feathers. Good disposition
Lays blue eggs. Fuzzy faced, large chicken. Generally friendly with a good disposition.
White egg layer. Can be nervous and flighty. Not as docile as other breeds.
Raccoons prey on chickens night and sometimes day. They can reach through wire and will often pull the chickens head or legs off, through the wire. They also can tunnel under runs without wire flooring. Easy latches can be opened by Raccoons.
Most dogs are natural predators and will find chickens very hard to resist. Even family pets unless trained, will be tempted by your chickens. Most dogs will eat the chicken, leaving only feathers. Dogs can be trained to let them alone or even guard them. Some dogs will only chase or 'play' with them but the trauma can keep the hen from laying eggs for months.
Skunks tend to eat the eggs more than kill adult poultry but they have been known to do that occasionally also. Eggs will usually be crushed inwardly and chickens will have the head removed as the skunk wants to drink the blood.
Hawks will kill adult chickens if they are outside without the protection of a cage with a wired roof. Prey is killed with talons and torn into bite size pieces with the beak.
Venomous snakes can kill full size hens but most snakes will go for the eggs. Keep the hen house secure with no cracks or holes. Keep tall grass cut and do not have your hen house close to compost piles or piles of logs or rocks, as these are snakes favorite hideouts.
Cats (even domestic pets) enjoy the thrill of the hunt and can prey on small chick- ens and chicks. They can be trained to see them as fellow pets however. Metal mesh, barbed wire picket fence and tall hedges with thick lower growth can deter them.
Opossum will eat the chicken feed, eggs, chicks and will attack chickens. Keep a strong cage and your chickens penned at night.
All of these enjoy eating chicken. Secure your chickens at dusk in a tight and strong hen house to deter them. Large breed dogs are good to dissuade the ani- mals from the property or at least to alert you to their presence
rats, mice, owl, crow, squirrel, Fisher cat, bear, mice, mink, weasel, lice, mites