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New Age Pet ecoConcepts Chicken Barn & Pen


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  • Made from eCo-Flex, a composite of recycled polymers and recycled wood fibers, making it weather-resistant, moisture-proof and insect-free
  • 18-gauge welded wire in pen for ultimate protection. Predator resistant locks on all doors and lids
  • Pen attaches to barn for additional security
  • Remote front door closure
  • Leave natural or paint/stain to preference
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 74.6 x 56.3 x 44.5 inches ; 110 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 136 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003BC35OC
  • Item model number: ECOCH101
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,360 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Manufactured from recycled polymers and recycled wood materials for the look and feel of wood. The durability of vinyl, plastics and other polymers with the resistance to problems that are known and experienced in wood. Easy no-tool assembly. Can be painted with any latex exterior paint (no priming necessary). Can also be stained with oil-based stains. Lower initial purchase cost versus cedar, redwood or teak. Longer life with no maintenance. No weather related problems that can occur in wood. No typical wood related problems (insect, weather, dry rot). No regular maintenance required.

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Customer Reviews

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They are also held together by cheap, brittle plastic pins.
Shanchee
Once I had it assembled, I figured it was too late to return it - taking it apart seemed like too much of a pain.
Suki100
I wouldn't ever consider buying a product like this based on how well it performed for me.
Kaylee Torres

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kaylee Torres on October 14, 2011
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If you have any kind of danger of a predator at all - raccoons, dogs, skunks, etc. - this coop won't work for you at all.

Several of the pieces are held together with glue, which already came apart in the unopened box. Even after fixing those pieces, it only took two nights for a raccoon-sized creature to drag the coop away from where it stood, break apart the wire mesh, break off many hinges, and bash in the back door of the main structure.

I wouldn't ever consider buying a product like this based on how well it performed for me.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Suki100 on August 27, 2011
I really wanted a chicken coop and was excited to find one as inexpensive as this one. As soon as I took it out of the box, I realized why it's so cheap. The composite material is brittle and flimsy (I've already had a piece break off the bottom) and it can't be repaired with screws or nails because they will crack the composite even further. It took hours to assemble.

The photos of the coop are very misleading. It's actually shockingly small. The chickens on the box it came in have been photoshopped giving the impression that this coop will hold four to six chickens. It will hold two at the most. There is only one nesting box and it's 10"x10". The coop itself is about 3'x3'. The run is approx. 2'x2'x6' and is extremely flimsy. The roof over the nesting box warped after the first rainstorm and now it can't be hooked closed. I can't put on a new hook because if I try to drill a hole into the composite material, it'll crack.

Once I had it assembled, I figured it was too late to return it - taking it apart seemed like too much of a pain. But now I wish I had boxed it right up and gotten my money back. It's an absolute piece of junk and I'm so bummed I wasted $300 on a coop that may not even last a year instead of saving up for a small wooden one (usually costing about $700). Save your money, don't buy this terrible coop, and spend a bit more money for a decent wooden one that will last.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mark Straka on November 17, 2011
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The photo makes the house seem larger than it is. It is quite small.

The material with which it is built lacks strength. It is friable and cracks easily. Also, it warps. Plastic screws engage with sockets that easily pull free of the material and need to be re-glued into place. I used gorilla glue with good results, but wood glue should work as well.

For all that, if it is used -- carefully -- to house only two, or at maximum, three birds, it will serve. There are less expensive and better alternatives available.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sam on May 25, 2012
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New Age Pet ecoConcepts Chicken Barn & Pen:
This product looks nice in a picture -just like an anorexic supermodel- but DON'T BUY IT!
This has to be the most flimsy, cheaply made product I have ever purchased - and I've been duped before!
Where to start? (1) Huge hole in the side of the box when it arrived (I wasn't home.); (2) Missing instructions; (3) Broken parts; (4) Pre-drilled holes were the wrong size; (5) Materials so flimsy I think my 8 year old could poke a hole through it with his finger.
Amazon, I thank you for your great return policy. The price might have been $428 but I have purchased better products at Dollar Tree!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By lilmorse on January 30, 2012
For what we need this coop is fine. That being said, there are a few things that we had issue with. The run, too small. We want no more than 4 hens and there's no way they'd be able to use that without being totally overcrowded. My husband built a cheap run with leftover wood we had but we did spend about $60 on decent chicken wire for the new run. The good news is, we used parts from the run that it came with so it was really only a few 2x3s and chicken wire. The coop itself is fine, but once they start laying we'll need to add another nest box. Also, my husband built a platform for it so the coop is off the ground and the hens have extra, shaded space to roam. As far as quality, we think the coop is just fine and sturdy. We don't have a big issue with predators here so that's not an issue. I'd recommend this for urban chicken folks who only want up to 4 hens and who are a bit handy with carpentry if needed.
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