The answer is yes. You can have fresh eggs everyday without turning your backyard into a barn yard. Raising chickens and collecting eggs has never been easier with this innovative, urban friendly hen house. Happy chickens, happy children and happy neighbors; the healthy eggs are just a bonus.
Everyone loves fresh farm eggs and with all the reports of hormone, antibiotic impregnated watery eggs from chickens in a questionably inhumane environment what options do you have?
You can raise your own! Really, raise chickens in your backyard? It has never been so much fun and easy to do than with this uniquely designed little chicken coup. If you have a backyard for your chickens to roam around in then the Best Little Hen House is all you need.
With any pet there are things to address as to their care. For chickens the issues are feeding, freedom to scratch for bugs, safety from predators especially at night, a safe place to lay eggs, easy egg retrieval, child accessible, movable, cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and most of all easy to keep clean. The single most important thing to the neighbors is a chicken house that does not smell like one. All of these issues have been taken into account in this little hen house but I does not stop there.
What do you do if you would like to introduce more irresistible little chicks to a house of full grown hens? They will hen peck your little chicks to death! The Best Little Hen House has a mini brooder partition you can easily install that allows the hens to continue to come and go, feed and lay eggs while securely separating the chicks in the front area of the house until they are about 8 weeks old. By then the hens are use to seeing them through the screen and the partition can be taken out for one big happy flock.
There is also a built in feeder inside the hen house. The advantage is if you forget to open the door and let them out in the morning they can still feed and water until you wake up; also great for keeping them in while you mow the lawn.
Feed spillage can also be a problem with yard feeders killing the lawn but not in this hen house. The poop tray not only catches the poop but also the feed spillage keeping it from destroying the grass beneath the house. The house can be moved by two people for mowing and preserving the lawn. It also works great for acreages too. Without the poop tray the hen house is moved every few days giving the chickens a fresh patch of grass to eat and scratch while fertilizing the field known as free range chickens.
What do you do with all the poop that falls down through the screen and lands in the poop tray? The tray easily slides out to be cleaned. You can add this high nitrogen fertilizer to your compost pile and then the garden or in my case I make for happy neighbors by putting it in their compost bin.
There are so many advantages to this perfectly designed, urban friendly hen house but why should I tell you about it when you can see and buy one for yourself at: put hearts in the scroll work of the windows because be love our chickens and their eggs too.
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