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Ware Manufacturing HD Chick-N-Hutch Chicken Hutch

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  • Heavy duty chick-n-hutch house
  • Durable exterior design
  • Full fold-down front
  • Easy access Egg Door
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 42.5 x 39 inches ; 50 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 56.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • 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: B000HG96HU
  • Item model number: 01490
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,122 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

This chick-n-hutch is a heavy duty house for pet chickens featuring a full-size folding front door, easy access egg door in back, wind-guard design and adjustable roof. Accommodates 2-4 chickens and is perfectly sized to attach a chick-n-rabbit pen for expansion. Includes adjustable perch. Measures 42-1/2-inch width by 28-inch depth by 39-inch height.


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Customer Reviews

It is very poorly made and designed.
Reese
I'm sure it won't hold up thru storms & cold weather think I'll keep it in the garage for my chicks til there ready for outdoors.
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There is a long crack on the roof frame and down one side of the side wall.
Deborah

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Paul M Jones on June 17, 2011
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I originally bought two, then ordered three more. We use them for brooders. Hang halogen lights for heat in both back corners. The chicks move closer or away and regulate their own desired temperature. Put 1/4" plywood on the floor for the first two weeks and then cover just half the floor after that. The feeders and waterers are placed on the screened floor after the initial two weeks. We put alfalfa leaves in the droppings pan for odor control. Initial loading population is seventy-five chicks per pen. After a week or so we cut the population to 55, then around two weeks later we go to 40. As they grow we keep dividing them the same as if you were using a Broiler Battery. By the end of the fifth week we open the from ramp in the morning to let them roam as they choose.

Used with chickens, Guineas, ducks. Buff Orpingtons by the end of the fifth week the population is 10 per pen.

By far this is the best setup we have ever used as a brooder setup.

PMJones
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Deborah on May 29, 2011
I am a first-time chicken owner. Our five chicks are six weeks old and can't move around their current cage very well. They aren't fully feathered, so we needed something to put them in. Also, the stink in the house is too much, so I thought I would buy a small coop so they could hang outside.

I gave it two stars, one for size I need and one for the design, which is decent.

The instruction photos are not clear. The back wall fits in a warped way on to the sides of the hutch. The frame around the roof was stapled together and did not hold up in shipping, so I had to reinforce the corners. When I attached the chain to the side of the hutch, per instructions, I opened and closed the roof to see how well the chain held. One of the links immediately broke apart and the chain was not long enough anyway to keep the roof from falling back. So we have decided not to use the roof for access.

The wire on the front, bottom and sides has 1" openings. Since I am nervous about rats, I had to cut and add a 1/2" wire cloth to add to the existing wire. The front of the hutch opens all the way as shown in the photo, which is convenient for cleaning, which is why we don't need to go through the roof. However, the wire cloth in the front is flimsy and even though it has hooks for closure, they will not hold a persistent predator. And it is rough and scratchy, not having been smoothed down.

There is a long crack on the roof frame and down one side of the side wall. Those had to be fixed and reinforced.

The instructions are not clear for someone who doesn't really know carpentry. I am handy with plumbing, installing custom closets and drilling holes, but the design is not really intuitive.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Penny in IN on January 16, 2011
My Chick-N-Hutch has been in use for 8 months (May 2010 - present). It was purchased to house 4 hens and has done an okay job so far. My hens only use it to sleep in, and to lay their eggs in the nest box built by my father. It is sitting on bricks to keep the wood from touching the ground. The ramp also rests on a couple of bricks, again to prevent the wood from touching the ground. It is covered with 2 plastic sheets and a tarp for the winter and has held up well so far.

I would not recommend it for more than 4 full size chickens with an outside run.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tony on January 1, 2012
I received the coop in a timely fashion, which was nice, however the assembly was a pain. The parts did not fit together based on poor design, and if you're going to keep your chickens outdoors in the winter season, this will not keep the protected whatsoever from the cold. I am going to keep this coop only because I have drilled additional holes in it for proper assembly, otherwise I would have returned it. The roosting bar did not extend the width of the coop, so I had to use my own lumber to create one. I will be making some modifications to the exterior in order do get some use out of it. I do not recommend this product and I will not be purchasing anything from ware manufacturing in the future.

-Tony from Chicago
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By me on February 2, 2013
I have had this kind of coop for 7-8 years. It has held up allright, but not very weather resistant. I have to pull it in the garadge during stormy weather.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. Appel on January 11, 2012
This is a nice little hutch and easy to assemble. I've had it for about 6 months. However, I will say that the plywood on the sides seems to be separating, and the latches for the front aren't of the best quality. They've become hard to latch. For the price, you would probably be better off looking around at your local Agri Supply store.
I've since built a larger enclosure around the hutch itself. The hutch was fine for two small chicks with their food and water, but once they grew, they needed more room.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ken on November 5, 2013
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I'm using this as an indoor hutch (in my garage) for one chicken (she is rather large, but has plenty of room). The only thing negative is that the small door opening in the mesh could use a cover of plastic to protect one from the sharp edges.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By larl on October 30, 2012
It served my 2 hens well for one year, but I don't trust it for another summer, I am housing it in my shed over the winter and hope it will hold together better out of the rain and snow. I can say, it was brand new and an animal tried to attack my chickens and it did protect them, but the animal was able to break alot of pieces off of the coop!
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