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PawHut 98" Portable Wooden Chicken Coop with Wheels, Outdoor Run and Nesting Box

4.3 39 Reviews
$389.99 $499.99
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SKU: D3-0025
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2-6 business days

Select: Wood, 98"

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  • NESTING BOX: A 2-part nesting box on the side of the chicken coop provides space for your hens to lay their daily eggs. A hinged roof over the box allows you to collect eggs easily.
  • - LARGE OUTDOOR RUN: The hen house attaches to a wide open fenced enclosure that allows them plenty of room to move around without the fear of predators.
  • - WELL DESIGNED: A variety of accommodating features awaits your chickens including a chicken nesting box with a hinged top that offers an easy way to deposit and collect eggs 2 perches inside for your chickens to roost on during the day or night a door that acts as a ramp and slide slots that allows for proper ventilation and airflow.
  • - STURDY AND SECURE: The chicken house attaches to a galvanized chicken wire fenced enclosure that allows your animals plenty of room to move around without the fear of predators. Security features include lockable metal bolt doors and a galvanized wire run to protect your animals.
  • - OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 97.75" L x 38.5" W x 46.25" H
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For those who are getting into the urban and suburban home farming craze or those who simply want to upgrade their backyard garden keeping chickens has become the new craze! With this rolling chicken coop from PawHut you can give them a home of their own that is both stylish and functional. This chicken coop include both an outdoor and indoor option so you can give them open space to move around in a fenced enclosure as well as multi-leveled indoor spots that will allow them to hide from the elements and lay eggs. A variety of accommodating features awaits your chickens including a chicken nesting box with a hinged top that offers an easy way to deposit and collect eggs two perches inside for your chickens to roost on during the day or night a door that acts as a ramp and slide slots that allows for proper ventilation and airflow. The removable trays are perfect for easy cleaning and multiple doors and windows so you have easy access to your birds.

What's included?

 ✔ Roof
 ✔ Nesting box(es)
 ✔ Pull-out tray
 ✔ Private sleep space
 ✔ Wire mesh
 ✔ Chicken run

Features:

  • Ramp allows chickens to easily enter and exit the housing area.
  • Durable spray wire keeps your pets from predator and ensures excellent air circulation.
  • Includes observation windows that provide odor-free airflow into the living area.
  • Main poultry house is elevated for preventing damage from wet conditions.
  • This attaches to a wide-open fenced enclosure that allows them plenty of room to move around. Holds up to 2-8 chickens.
  •  Easily assembled required, don’t hesitate to get one coop for your chicken duck or rabbit or any other your lovely pet you like.

Specification:

  • - Color: Natural Wood
  • - Material: Fir Wood Wire
  • - Overall Dimensions: 97.75" L x 38.5" W x 46.25" H
  • - Outdoor Run: 54" L x 31.5" W x 31.25" - 39" H
  • - Living Area: 24.75" L x 31.5" W x 24.25" - 31" H
  • - Living Area Door: 11" W x 12.25" H
  • - Outdoor Run Door: 24.75" W x 28" H
  • - Living Area Side Door: 11.25" W x 16.63" H
  • - Run Under Living Area: 26" L x 31.5" W x 12.25" H
  • - Assembly Required
  • NOTE: Buyer to determine the number of pets that will fit in the coop depending on breed and size.
  • Color Wood
  • Size 98"
  • Brand PawHut
  • CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
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Charlotte J...
2016-06-22
Exactly as described , happy
Exactly as described , happy hens ! Thanks
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Alison B...
2020-11-30
Easy set up; highly recommend.
Great little coop! It is easy to set up and light enough to move easily. It fits two chickens and we have been using it as a portable coop to give them some "yard time". :) They love it. Half of it is covered which is a great idea. I would highly recommend this product. :)
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Paul
2020-11-29
Perfect for raising chicks.
The cage is exactly what I wanted for raising my chicks!
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James G...
2020-11-05
Great Coop
Very nice coop. Not difficult to assemble. Labeling the wooden parts with small alphabetical stickers like the different screw packages were would be more helpful to customers and having pre-drilled holes in all the wooden parts would also. I installed a screen bottom to the coop to mitigate predator threat. Still a very nice coop.
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2020-11-05

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Chelsea
2020-10-20
Retrofitted to cat house
I bought this knowing it would be converted into an outdoor cat house with some simple modifications. I had an existing cat house already, but multiple cats like to use it at the same time and my original was too small. With cold weather in Ohio quickly approaching, I needed to take some shortcuts in building one from scratch- or ordering a custom one from someone else that would have taken weeks and cost twice as much. All of this was taken into consideration when ordering this chicken coop that was then retrofitted into a cat house- basically a starter kit and timesaver.

The structure was simple to put together. Instructions were clear, all hardware was included, everything was pre drilled, and everything fit where it should. It took me probably 30 minutes to put together by myself.

To make this more weather proof for Ohio winters, I did also caulk around the seams, and painted the whole structure. This will be stored on a covered porch- but again, Ohio winters... This will help ensure it is well protected and didn’t take much time- plus then I could customize the colors.

To make this more suited for cats, the following modifications were also done:
Removed the door with the side hinge, and reduce the opening by adding trim pieces (to help prevent larger critters from getting in); added a dividing wall inside with another cutout (plywood); insulated all sides, top, bottom; added outdoor heating mats; added a side access door since they usually like an escape route.

The end result looks nice and is functional. Whether you use this as a chicken coop or something else, I’d still recommend at least caulking the seams to help prevent water from getting in.

I’ve had the cat house outside for 2 days and the outdoor cats have already been using it constantly. I feel confident that with the extra weatherproofing I did upfront, this should last for several seasons. It saved me a lot of time!I bought this knowing it would be converted into an outdoor cat house with some simple modifications. I had an existing cat house already, but multiple cats like to use it at the same time and my original was too small. With cold weather in Ohio quickly approaching, I needed to take some shortcuts in building one from scratch- or ordering a custom one from someone else that would have taken weeks and cost twice as much. All of this was taken into consideration when ordering this chicken coop that was then retrofitted into a cat house- basically a starter kit and timesaver.

The structure was simple to put together. Instructions were clear, all hardware was included, everything was pre drilled, and everything fit where it should. It took me probably 30 minutes to put together by myself.

To make this more weather proof for Ohio winters, I did also caulk around the seams, and painted the whole structure. This will be stored on a covered porch- but again, Ohio winters... This will help ensure it is well protected and didn’t take much time- plus then I could customize the colors.

To make this more suited for cats, the following modifications were also done:
Removed the door with the side hinge, and reduce the opening by adding trim pieces (to help prevent larger critters from getting in); added a dividing wall inside with another cutout (plywood); insulated all sides, top, bottom; added outdoor heating mats; added a side access door since they usually like an escape route.

The end result looks nice and is functional. Whether you use this as a chicken coop or something else, I’d still recommend at least caulking the seams to help prevent water from getting in.

I’ve had the cat house outside for 2 days and the outdoor cats have already been using it constantly. I feel confident that with the extra weatherproofing I did upfront, this should last for several seasons. It saved me a lot of time!I bought this knowing it would be converted into an outdoor cat house with some simple modifications. I had an existing cat house already, but multiple cats like to use it at the same time and my original was too small. With cold weather in Ohio quickly approaching, I needed to take some shortcuts in building one from scratch- or ordering a custom one from someone else that would have taken weeks and cost twice as much. All of this was taken into consideration when ordering this chicken coop that was then retrofitted into a cat house- basically a starter kit and timesaver.

The structure was simple to put together. Instructions were clear, all hardware was included, everything was pre drilled, and everything fit where it should. It took me probably 30 minutes to put together by myself.

To make this more weather proof for Ohio winters, I did also caulk around the seams, and painted the whole structure. This will be stored on a covered porch- but again, Ohio winters... This will help ensure it is well protected and didn’t take much time- plus then I could customize the colors.

To make this more suited for cats, the following modifications were also done:
Removed the door with the side hinge, and reduce the opening by adding trim pieces (to help prevent larger critters from getting in); added a dividing wall inside with another cutout (plywood); insulated all sides, top, bottom; added outdoor heating mats; added a side access door since they usually like an escape route.

The end result looks nice and is functional. Whether you use this as a chicken coop or something else, I’d still recommend at least caulking the seams to help prevent water from getting in.

I’ve had the cat house outside for 2 days and the outdoor cats have already been using it constantly. I feel confident that with the extra weatherproofing I did upfront, this should last for several seasons. It saved me a lot of time!
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