Rugged Ranch Products Metal Chicken Coop, 7-Feet by 8-Feet
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- Powder Coated 2" x 2" Welded Wire for durability
- Use as a standalone pen or as a free range cage you can easily move around your property
- Comes with a knock out panel so you can easily add or Wooden Nesting Hutch or Large Dog House
- Serves as a complete home for chickens, small dogs, turtles, adult rabbits, cats and baby goats with a Welded Wire Top to protect from predators
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The Universal Welded Wire Pen is powder coat for durability and comes complete to use as a standalone pen or as a free range cage you can easily move around your property. The Metal Pen comes with a knock-out panel so you can easily add our Wooden Hutch or Dog House. Simply remove the 4 bolts in the back panel and insert our Wooden Hutch or Dog House for a complete home for up to 12 chickens, small dogs, turtles, adult rabbits, cats, and baby goats.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought the coop from Tractor Supply last year and paid a shipping fee. It came in perfect condition.
My husband took a couple of hours or so to set it up. I only helped when he needed me to hold the frames together. It missed three small parts but they were mailed to us around 10 days.
This coop is supper sturdy and mobile.
My 5 ducks are very messy and they poop a lot. So we've been moving the coop to different parts of the yard every month. So far it's still as strong as the day we set it up. I can see it lasting for a long time.
The only thing someone might not like is the height. It doesn't bother me to go in there. I'm a short Chinese 5'4". My husband is 6'4' but he goes in there too to collect the duck eggs or refill their dry food. We put the big water bowl by the door though so that we don't need to go in there to drag the heavy water bowl out.
I'm glad we got this coop instead of a dog kennel. The dog kennels we saw all have bigger gaps. A predator could easily grab my ducks through the gaps.
We have raccoons and coyotes in our area. The first night we had our ducks in the coop, two huge raccoons came. They even put their paws on the coop to shake it. My poor ducks were horrified.
Anyways, after the first night, we put some bricks all around the coop to strengthen it and prevent digging. Then we left out some marshmallows stuffed with "you know what". And we've been leaving the yard light on every night. We haven't seen any raccoons ever since.
There's only one minor flaw. The grids could be a little smaller. I went in the coop one time to grab one of my ducks when they were a few month old. One duck got panicked and poked her head out through the grid. She got stuck and couldn't get her head back in.
I fixed the problem by wrapping a 1/2" wire cloth around the lower half of the coop.
Also, I wrapped a weather mesh around the coop to block the hot sun. But I'm afraid the South CA sun is still too strong. So I bought a tent to put over the coop.
This is the first and only coop I've ever owned and I'm very happy with it!