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Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop

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Assembly Required
Yes
Brand
Boomer & George
Capacity
4 Chickens
Dimensions
68L x 30W x 41Hinches
Material
Wood
Pet Type
Chickens
Size
68L x 30W x 41Hinches
Wood Type
Fir

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  • Dimensions: 68L x 30W x 41H inches
  • Chicken capacity: 3-4 Chickens
  • Fir wood construction with wire mesh
  • Hinge on coop roof for easy cleaning & access
  • Sliding door from ramp to coop into pen
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Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop
 
3.5

(based on 28 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

72%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to assemble (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No (23)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Cute Little Coop

      Very adorable coop that was very easy to put together. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that it came damaged and since it was very well packed I don't believe...Read complete review

      Very adorable coop that was very easy to put together. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that it came damaged and since it was very well packed I don't believe it was from shipping. Luckily the hubby is very handy and he was able to screw the broken bits of wood back together so it all works. I have two LF Polish in it full time with three Olive Egger pullets that only roost there at night and then free range during the day. There is plenty of room for them with this arrangement. One note, this coop is not enough protection if you have large predators. I have mine set up inside a large enclosed garden so they are safe.

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      Broken and thin wood

      I bought this for a temp home for a broody hen, so I wasn't looking for an industrial coop, just simple and able to do its job. The box came a day after...Read complete review

      I bought this for a temp home for a broody hen, so I wasn't looking for an industrial coop, just simple and able to do its job. The box came a day after "estimated delivery date." (Which wasn't a big deal) The box exterior looked fine, no marks or scratches or dents on it. When I opened the box, multiple pieces of wood were broken, and in no way repairable with some good wood glue or reinforcement. Lots of wood chips. It's Sunday, so I'm still waiting to talk to Customer Service to fix this situation. It would seem like such a hassle to ship this giant thing back.

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      3.0

      Nice product with a few buts...

      By Amy

      from NEWTON,NJ

      Verified Buyer

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            Comments about Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop:

            This product arrived a day earlier than scheduled...big bonus points there for exceeding my expectations (my chicks really needed a home!). The packaging was beautiful with the colorful paper mixed between the pieces, but some materials were damaged. The roof corner on one side is fairly well smashed and we had to repair/reinforce. Another piece that over the slit in the roof was cracked as well as the bottom of one of pieces of the nest box. Nothing was unusable and we reinforced, but I'd take a notch down on quality. The wire sides have several spots where a vertical spot is missing, make a hole that's bigger than the others. Not sure this is a show stopper, but reserving judgment. The biggest issue is the latch on the front, large door is that the latch was totally broken. I was forced to go spend additional money to replace it. Reinforcing/living with the cracked wood didn't cost anything; replacing the broken latch was an extra expense I should not have had to incur. Other than that, it seems a little small or anything but two chickens...I really thought it would be a bit bigger. Pros: the cedar smells great and the chicks appear happy.

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            • No
             
            1.0

            one of the panel corners was broken

            By Lance

            from LITTLE ROCK,AR

            Verified Buyer

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                  Comments about Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop:

                  Never got a chance to put it together, one of the corners on a panel was fractured.

                  • Was this a gift?:
                  • No

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  2.0

                  Disappointed in the quality

                  By Naomi

                  from COLORADO SPRINGS,CO

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy to assemble
                  • Inexpensive For A Coop

                  Cons

                  • Not waterproof
                  • Poor quality
                  • Smaller Then It Looks

                  Best Uses

                  • Two Chickens

                  Comments about Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop:

                  Was a little disappointed in the coop. When it arrived it already had a few breaks and a lot of scratches and dings. It seemed pretty low quality wood and obviously wasn't packed thoughtfully. The wood , though stained, did not seem water resistant in any way so needed to coat it with an outdoor water clear coat. Once put together it felt fairly sturdy but feel it needs to be secured to something for heavy wind rain or snow. Wish it had the ability to have 3 nesting boxes as it states it's good for 2-4 chickens.

                   
                  4.0

                  2nd one. First one received damaged

                  By Suzanne P

                  from FT LAUDERDALE,FL

                  Verified Buyer

                  Comments about Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop:

                  I will let all know how the second is this weekend. Looks nice.

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  3.0

                  Some broken parts, design needs work.

                  By Donald

                  from BETHLEHEM,GA

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Attractive
                  • Insect repellant
                  • Light Weight

                  Cons

                  • broken parts
                  • Design Needs Improvement

                  Best Uses

                  • 2 Standard Hens
                  • 4 Bantam Hens
                  • Pair Of Chickens

                  Comments about Boomer & George Nesting Quarters Chicken Coop:

                  When the box arrived I found several parts were broken. The trim on the roof was cracked on the left side and broken off on the front side. I used glue to repair the side, and glue and a screw to repair the front. The lock on the door was broken where the knob is attached to the bolt. I had to drill out the broken piece and use my lathe to make another knob. The annoying feature to me is the roof cap, which if installed will either break off, or rub a hole on the other side of the roof when the left side is opened. It needed to be relived more to allow for the pivoting motion. The same type oversight was obvious when the nesting box rook was installed. When the hinges are installed and the roof is opened, the trim breaks along the edge of the house because there is no relief cut to allow it to clear as it pivots. Overall it's a cute design and will house two hens for a few years. For the cost of it I could have bought something made locally if I had checked local ads before buying this fancy looking one. We already own an Egglu, so this was just intended to be a coop to allow us to add a couple more hens to the flock. It will do fine for awhile, but it's not overwhelmingly impressive. A few minor changes to the design would make it a much better product. Machined hardware instead of cast knobs would also help.

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