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Pawhut Deluxe Wood Chicken Coop / Hen House

by Pawhut
28 customer reviews
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  • Sliding access door for chickens to enter and exit
  • Hinged roof for easy food/water access and extract eggs
  • Removable side and bottom sliding pan also allows for easy cleaning access
  • Holds up to 2-4 chickens (depends on breed / size, customers responsibility to determine if available space is adequate to the individual needs)
  • Easy assembly (instructions included); Overall Size: 48" W x 32 1/8" D (without front steps) x 43" H (longest / widest / tallest points)

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Product Description

Our Pawhut model 1318 coop is a high quality medium-sized chicken coop constructed of treated and grooved wood coated with a water based preservative leaving a nice reddish-brown finish. Comes with a two section nesting box for egg laying. This coop can be left wide open to be a "fresh air school", and closed to make a controlled-environment coop. This coop is well designed with one living house and a two section nesting box.

Features:
- Chicken coop and nesting box, built all in one deluxe chicken coop
- Works great for rabbits, chickens, ducks, or other poultry
- Its portable size allows for easy relocation
- Sliding access door with a ramp for your chickens to get in and out
- Included removable divider allows the nest box to be divided into 2 nesting areas
- Hinged nest box lid allows for easy collection of the eggs
- Slide out droppings tray, makes cleaning easy
- Sold as a kit with some assembly is required
- Holds up to 2-4 chickens (depends on breed / size, customers responsibility to determine if available space is adequate to the individual needs)

Dimensions:
- Overall Size: 48" W x 32 1/8" D (without front steps) x 43" H (longest / widest / tallest points)
- Nesting Box Size: 22" W x 12 3/4" D x 11 1/4" - 17 1/2" H
- Living Quarters Interior: 29" W x 24 1/2" D x 32" - 39" H

Note: Our chicken coops are not guaranteed to be weather-tight and may need additional weather-proofing based on your climate / weather conditions

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 42.9 x 31.1 x 47.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 67.7 pounds
  • ASIN: B006V3XGTM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,391 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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103 of 116 people found the following review helpful By cachkn46 on March 9, 2012
Update 4/26/2012: A 1-star review claiming that cedar chicken coops like this one will kill your chickens has disappeared (deleted by reviewer, or removed by amazon as violating guidelines?), and while my review was partly in response to that one, I am leaving this review here, in case the information is useful to anyone. If you are into chickens, I am sure you will eventually stumble upon the cedar controversy, as I did, so maybe you will benefit from the research I have done.

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I don't have this coop but I do have chickens and do know something about cedar. I see that other reviewers dissed this product because they think the wood might be harmful for chickens. Nonsense. It's important to use caution when you purchase something, but it is also important to use caution before destroying someone's business. My intention is NOT to promote this product, but to help neutralize the damage done by negative reviews based on misinformation.

Cedar housing does NOT kill chickens. The danger lies in inhalation of the wood DUST (actual wood particles), a hazard for anyone who is heavily exposed, such as sawmill workers, as well as animals housed on sawdust or wood shavings or exposed to concentrated cedar oils.

Western red cedar is the worst offender because it contains more plicatic acid, a potent irritant, than any other wood. But heavy exposure to dust particles from ANY wood can cause disease. Check the OSHA guidelines to verify this. Also note that the OSHA guidelines say nothing about illness caused by exposure to a plank of wood (of cedar or any other tree).
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By MomTo4 on August 1, 2012
I got this delivered, (delivery took exactly one week from the date of placed order, which isnt bad!)

It is very small, and can in fact only house 2 laying "FULL SIZED" hens. I have a Jersey Giant and a Black Star, I also have 2 Silkies and there is NO ROOM for a single one with 2 "FULL SIZED" hens in there. It would even be tight living quarters if it was 1 "FULL SIZED" hen, and some smaller ones! Even more so as there are only 2 nesting boxes so how one can place more than 2 "SMALLER SIZED" chickens in there, is beyond me. There is no place for more than 2 to lay.

Long review short, it is cute, but very very small, so buy accordingly! I HOWEVER love it enough to buy another one to house my Silkies in :O)
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brownie on September 14, 2013
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Our 3 chickens lived in this happily for about 9 months before a raccoon figured out how to slip into the fencing and open the egg door. He killed one of them ("Brownie") before we chased him away. Every other door on this bolts shut pretty well, but the egg door hasp is a little too small to accommodate a carabiner or anything to secure it with. Thus, it was easy for a raccoon to figure out how to open it. A trip to the hardware store can easily remedy this - just install a slightly larger hasp that can be secured with something.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Shela Simpson on August 6, 2012
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Ordered this for the grandkids 4-H chickens. It was cute in the photo, and looks nice in the yard. It arrived on time, and assembled easy. It states that it is suitable for four chickens, but we found that only two barnyard chickens would comfortably fit. For the smaller 4-H chickens, we just opted to purchase another to accommodate them and keep the pecking and disagreements to a minimum. Would, and did, purchase a second one because of the quality and nice look. If you are attempting to house more than two or three normal size birds you might want to consider a larger coup.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By gingerbread on February 18, 2014
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This product arrived with significant to damage to three pieces and a small fracture on a fourth. I could not have fixed it with the three pieces I had broken. I opened a complaint five days ago and I keep getting the reply that they would fix it, after asking numerous times when the replacement pieces would be shipped they told me up to two weeks..on top of the five I have already waited. Is it just more or should a defective product be fixed/refunded/resolved in less than nearly three weeks?? Never again will I buy from this seller.
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The Pawhut, can't be beat for it's price, the shipping for two (2) is a little pricey.
The edge in front of the laying area needs to be a little bit taller, to keep the eggs from rolling out in the pan
I did drill holes in gable as suggested for ventilation.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SWFL on August 21, 2013
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Coop is very cute. Smaller then expected, designed well, predrilled holes, 1 hour for assembly. Works for 2 large chickens only. One, problem was the ridge cap on roof was busted. I had to repair by gluing before finial assembly. Also I might add that if you plan on putting a feeder inside of coop you will need a window for light or some type of light: very dark inside, chickens don't like to eat in a dark area.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By L. L. on July 15, 2013
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I read all of the other reviews before purchasing this product. I knew about what I was getting. This is a small coop. It arrived early and in very good shape except for the roof cap. That is the only piece that isn't flat, so I have no idea how that piece would ever make it without some damage. It had a split but not irrepairable. The wood is fairly soft. We put it together in under two hours. All parts were there, hardware was already attached, so it was a matter of just assembling the pieces with the screws and bolts. Everything matched up which was great. You only need basic hand tools. The directions were just one page of pictures, but that was sufficient. It took longer for me to figure out which piece was which. I laid them all out in order on the floor first. That worked out well. This is the perfect coop to put together with kids as they can definitely do it.

Once assembled, I took others advice and put two coats of polyurethane on it and then realized I should have put spar urethane on it for outdoor use. I put two coats of that on it too. It now looks more like a nice piece of furniture! Too nice to put chickens in it. Not sure how this will hold up to rain and lots of snow in the winter, but we'll soon find out. Two things that you do have to note is that you cannot use the handles on the front and back sides to move this coop. You will definitely wreck it. The handles are just screwed into the side boards and they won't hold the weight of the coop to be able to move it. The handles will rip out. We'll be putting it on skids or moving it on a little wheeled trolley if we need to move it. The second thing is that there are no legs under the nesting box side. I'm a little concerned that over time, the weight of chickens may start to pull that away from the main building portion.
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