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Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run

Item # HN-AVK035

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Assembled Dimensions
30L x 82W x 39H in.
Assembly Required
Yes
Brand
Advantek
Capacity
4 Chickens
Dimensions
30L x 82W x 39H in.
Material
Wood
Pet Type
Chicken
Size Code
4

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  • Dimensions: 30L x 82W x 39H in.
  • Capacity: 3-4 Chickens
  • Extended nesting compartment
  • Made with lightweight insect- and rot-resistant fir lumber
  • Removable roof for easy access and cleaning
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Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run
 
4.0

(based on 13 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to administer/use (8)
  • Effective (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small animals (8)
    • Daily use (4)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Good little coop...

    We chose this affordable coop for our first little flock of four chickens. The coop itself is just about perfect, although like others mentioned the lid to the nest box area is a bit...Read complete review

    We chose this affordable coop for our first little flock of four chickens. The coop itself is just about perfect, although like others mentioned the lid to the nest box area is a bit clumsy. However, it was pretty simple simple to put together and looks really cute. Our chickens are only six weeks old so have just moved into the coop and it is working out well for us. We did cover the bottom of the nest box area with chicken wire just to prevent any predators from pushing into the coop that way; the bottom is easy to pop up from underneath. Right now we have the nest boxes blocked off so the chicks don't get into the habit of sleeping in them.

    The attached run is much too small for full sized chickens to live in 24/7. I can't see how even two chickens will have enough room in the run once you put in a feeder and waterer. We ended up building a larger run ourselves which surrounds this coop. Building the run cost about $150 but it was necessary for the health of our chickens. The chicks currently sleep in the coop and spend all day in the run.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Cute as A Bugs Ear..But.........

    This little coop has charming curb appeal, but must have not been designed by anyone who's had experience with chickens. I purchased this house for my two "Odd Couple Roosters",...Read complete review

    This little coop has charming curb appeal, but must have not been designed by anyone who's had experience with chickens. I purchased this house for my two "Odd Couple Roosters", because I needed a separated space for them ,as I have too many roosters and not enough hens.
    The structure is fairly easy to assemble, but not a breeze. As some other reviewer pointed out, It's easier after watching the instructional video. The wood splinters very easily and some of the holes were drilled too close to the edge of some boards so those don't hold very well. I will definitely need to weather proof the out side before winter.

    The latches on the doors did not quite match up and are hard to open and close.So I plan to install a hook and eye latch system.

    The tray in the bottom is lined with slippery metal, easy to clean, but my guys had trouble walking on it even with a bit of straw on top of the metal.I lined it with poultry paper and that helped

    The Roosts are placed ridiculously close to the walls so that there is no room for the chickens to actually roost on them. I ended up taking the roosts out because the chickens kept slipping on the metal surface and couldn't get out of the coop.

    I do like the ramp door and so do the bachelor boys. The ramp is the best thing about this coop, but now I notice that it swells up after a good rain and is hard to open and closed.

    I ended up not using the so called run. It's way too small for even one chicken.

    Also did not install the nest box since the coop is a rooster pad. I re-drilled the front side of the nest box and attached it to that side of the coop. There were small gaps between the top and bottom of this panel, which allowed for more ventilation.

    I don't think there is enough ventilation so will most likely drill some small holes along the top.
    I'm on the fence about recommending that somebody buy this coop. But after a few adjustments, it sort of works for me.

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    4.0

    Nice coop

    By Anne

    from Maynardville Tn

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy Build

    Cons

    • Made in China

    Best Uses

    • 1 Or 2 Chickens

    Comments about Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run:

    Coop is very attractive and went together easily. all though they mixed up some of the hard ware, well thought out for small coop.

     
    4.0

    CUTE LITTLE SHACK

    By Deborah

    from MERRITT ISLAND,FL

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Administer/Use
    • Effective
    • Gentle
    • No Side Effects

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run:

        Took my son and I about an hour and a half with an electric drill with screwdriver bit. Directions a little 'iffy' but we were able to figure out the photos. Nesting box section was a little misaligned, but we hammered it into place.

        One piece we had no idea how it attached. It was the part along the side of the coop with the run. Underneath the coop, and from the inside, you have to attach a little strip of wood which serves as the slider bar to support the left side of the tray. I felt it was too thin, so we beefed it up, added a little piece of 1 x 2 and screwed the whole assembly to the housing from the inside out.

        Looks cute and the chickens have had no complaints.

        Debbie S.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Cute as A Bugs Ear..But.........

        By Jocelyn G

        from LYLE,WA

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Nice Curb Appeal

        Cons

        • Difficult To Use

        Best Uses

        • Small Animals

        Comments about Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run:

        This little coop has charming curb appeal, but must have not been designed by anyone who's had experience with chickens. I purchased this house for my two "Odd Couple Roosters", because I needed a separated space for them ,as I have too many roosters and not enough hens.
        The structure is fairly easy to assemble, but not a breeze. As some other reviewer pointed out, It's easier after watching the instructional video. The wood splinters very easily and some of the holes were drilled too close to the edge of some boards so those don't hold very well. I will definitely need to weather proof the out side before winter.

        The latches on the doors did not quite match up and are hard to open and close.So I plan to install a hook and eye latch system.

        The tray in the bottom is lined with slippery metal, easy to clean, but my guys had trouble walking on it even with a bit of straw on top of the metal.I lined it with poultry paper and that helped

        The Roosts are placed ridiculously close to the walls so that there is no room for the chickens to actually roost on them. I ended up taking the roosts out because the chickens kept slipping on the metal surface and couldn't get out of the coop.

        I do like the ramp door and so do the bachelor boys. The ramp is the best thing about this coop, but now I notice that it swells up after a good rain and is hard to open and closed.

        I ended up not using the so called run. It's way too small for even one chicken.

        Also did not install the nest box since the coop is a rooster pad. I re-drilled the front side of the nest box and attached it to that side of the coop. There were small gaps between the top and bottom of this panel, which allowed for more ventilation.

        I don't think there is enough ventilation so will most likely drill some small holes along the top.
        I'm on the fence about recommending that somebody buy this coop. But after a few adjustments, it sort of works for me.

         
        4.0

        Very Happy - and so are the chickens!

        By CashmereNCamo

        from Livingston, TX

        Pros

        • Easy To Administer/Use
        • Great Value For The Price
        • Plannedbuilt Well

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Daily Use
          • Small Animals

          Comments about Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run:

          Shipping from Hayneeedle was fantastic - arrived sooner than expected (even for a middle-of-nowhere address 'somewhere in Texas.) I had ordered 6 new coops, 5 Advantek & 1 Boomer & George. Of the 6, the roof on this was the trickiest to put together - you have to take care not to damage it - but still, very easy to assemble.
          Excellent value for the price, well planned, well constructed and easily modified for those who would prefer to change things up a bit. If I didn't have Anatolians to guard my chickens, I would probably close in the floor of the yard to keep predators from burrowing under. Since I'm in HOT Texas, I will be swapping out the cute plastic window for poultry netting to allow more air flow. These aren't flaws, but a matter of preferences.
          I love that I can open the roof of the nesting boxes or the roof of the coop. Would be awesome to be able to open the cage from the top, too - but you can't have everything, especially at this price!
          For those trying to figure carrying capacity, I have 4 LARGE birds in this - 1 Buff Orpington rooster and 2 hens, plus a brahma hen. It's a little cramped and I may need to move at least one hen out. The chickens are happy, however.

           
          4.0

          Nice coop

          By Robert

          from LARGO,FL

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Administer/Use

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Small Animals

            Comments about Advantek Prairie Home Poultry Hutch & Run:

            Fast shipping. Accurate description as advertised. Easy to put together. Had 1 piece of split wood that screws had come out of

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