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HN-WIT237 Boomer & George

Boomer & George Tree-Tops 4 Chicken Coop With Run

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  • Boomer & George Tree-Tops 4 Chicken Coop With Run
Boomer & George Tree-Tops 4 Chicken Coop With Run

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Boomer & George
Dimensions
83L x 35W x 52H inches
Material
Wood
Wood Type
Fir

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  • Dimensions: 83L x 33.5D x 52.5H inches
  • Chicken capacity: 4
  • Fir wood and wire mesh construction
  • Open-air pen and protected coop with nesting box
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Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop
 
4.0

(based on 42 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to administer/use (21)
  • Effective (12)
  • Easy to assemble (4)
  • Gentle (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Small animals (17)
  • Daily use (9)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Perfect for our 5 bantam hens

When I bought this last summer, I knew it would not be large enough for the 6 chicks that we were expecting, but I was not intending on keeping all 6 anyway, so...Read complete review

When I bought this last summer, I knew it would not be large enough for the 6 chicks that we were expecting, but I was not intending on keeping all 6 anyway, so the size wasn't a concern. One chick died during shipping, but we were still left with 5. And naturally, we ending up keeping all 5...

Keep in mind that bantam chickens are fairly small.

When the 5 grownup hens moved into the house late fall 2014, they settled right in. Not really sure why I was so concerned since they still all sleep together in one of the nesting pits - 5 hens occupying about one square foot. It looks really squishy, but they seem to love it. It also keeps them very toasty warm in these cold New England winters (worst winter temp was about -15 F).

I do have to say that I made the following improvements:
1. I added a sheet of plywood under the entire frame, protecting them from the predators that may dig. We lock them in every night.
2. I added an outdoor enclosure (4 x 8), fully chicken-wired with a plastic roof. I rigged it up so that this enclosure is attached to the house. I felt the outdoor space was otherwise too small and I wasn't willing to let them roam free in my yard.
3. Because I was concerned that the winter exposure would damage the housing pretty quickly, I decided to cover the entire house with a plastic tarp so that it actually never got very wet. I fully expect to be removing this tarp soon, as soon as the snow melts...

I can guarantee that the hens are happy in their habitat by the quantity of eggs they are producing. Fact is that they are supposed to produce one (small) egg every other day (per hen), but they are just about doubling that quantity of eggs. And they are all sharing a single nest!

The house's 4 access points are great and convenient for egg "hunting" and cleaning. Assembly took a while, but wasn't really difficult. And the house itself is very attractive. But I think that an extra outdoor enclosure was necessary for our 5 bantam hens since I wasn't planning on allowing them to run free outside.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

You get what you pay for

When looking for coops we were either finding ones for a few hundred dollars, like this one, or ones starting at $1K. Since this is our first time having our own chickens we...Read complete review

When looking for coops we were either finding ones for a few hundred dollars, like this one, or ones starting at $1K. Since this is our first time having our own chickens we thought we'd go with a cheaper one to see how things went before we started spending the big bucks. I will say that it is a beautiful looking coop, but that's about all it has to offer. One of the pieces on the top ridge of the coop was broken when we got it (the box had no outside damage, btw). Things don't quite line up completely. The finish on it is kinda a joke. No water beads up on it, so it's not going to withstand any weather. We did put some sealer on it to try and prolong its life. We received this in May and four months later it is already starting to get wobbly. We're hoping it makes it through the winter, but we are definitely going to have to do a lot of reinforcement. It doesn't show it in the pics, but the top of the coop opens up. On windy days we've had the top blow completely open. We use a bungee cord to keep it closed. The pull out try arrived a bit warped. The coating on it is starting to wear off. If you put anything down to try and protect it, like wood shavings, they are mostly wiped off when you pull the tray out to clean it. We were hoping to get two years out of this, but I'm just hoping it will last through the winter. As for size, I would say three chickens max. Do more fit? Absolutely, but I don't believe it's really enough room for the chickens to be content. We made a temporary run for them out of PVC and chicken wire to go in during the day and then they return to their coop at night. I am surprised at the high ratings this coop has gotten. It's why we decided to go with this one in the first place, but I wish we hadn't. You can get a coop just as poorly made as this one for under $200 at a farm store.

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4.0

Well put together

By Suzanne

from OMAHA,NE

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Administer/Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use

    Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

    This coop is the 4th I have purchased in the last few months. It is well put together, easy to assemble and large enough for three hens and one rooster. I did add a run to the front door for more roaming area and left out the ramp. My chickens are content and safe. The assembly took only 30 minutes or less for my husband and I to assemble. All parts are easily recognizable and all latches and handle for coop door opening and closing are already installed. I would however paint for water protection.

     
    5.0

    good quality

    By binrose

    from Centereach, NY

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Administer/Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Small Animals

      Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

      quality is good. assemble is easy and only takes half hour. my wife loves it.

       
      4.0

      Fine warm weather coop for my 3 heavy hens

      By New Chicken Lady Michelle

      from Duluth, MN

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

      *Just* fits my 3 standard size hens but no more - and only because they get along well and I built an additional attached run to give them a minimum of 10 sq ft run space each in our unfenced yard. They like the shady space under the coop. I added a water proofing stain to the outside wood and sealed the crack along the nestbox hinge line with silicone to keep out rain. I also added wood framing to seal out drafts along the door cracks. I screwed in a floor board below the sliding tray to keep drafts out from below. Has two rather low 1" drill holes that one cannot see in online pic for back ventilation that I put rubber stoppers in because nights here are cool and we did not need. I added bottom hardware cloth to the pen (covered with sand) and additional security latches to the doors and gates to keep predators out - and a hook and eye latch under the roof to keep it from blowing open or predator from lifting it up, but I can access easily. Also added a few more ladder rungs. Roost perches are low - cannot do "deep litter method" and I don't really use the sliding tray. Is not insulated and will not withstand very cold temperatures - I plan (hope!) to disassemble to place inside a covered, insulated run with added heat as needed during our long, snowy, sub-freezing winters. Would work well on its own (with added shady run or free-range space) in a climate where temps stay above freezing. Is attractive and easy to put together but I might try to build my own (to insulate and provide more space) if I were to do it again or if I expected to add any more birds to our flock.

       
      5.0

      Great Coop!

      By Jessica

      from Fallbrook,CA

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to build

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

          We have 4 chickens and this coop works great for them. There is enough room for all of them to roam and sleep.

          It is very easy to put together and everything was in tact and direction were simple to read.

          We like the fact that there is a door to close the chickens in at night.

           
          1.0

          Save your money!

          By Jburgett

          from Proctorville, OH

          Verified Buyer

          Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

          Well, I can now now review two separate Boomer and George Treetops Chicken Coops. I received my first coop about ten days ago. Several pieces were broken...the coop floor tray (beyond repair) and and the roof caps. Additionally, the hinged top and lasp for the nesting box were not included at all. I attempted to notify customer service on Friday evening, July 3, but had to wait until Monday due to the holiday weekend.. I asked that the broken and missing pieces be replaced. I was informed that was not possible...that the coop would have to be returned and a new kit sent. By this time, the coop was two-thirds built and the flimsy packing material sent to recycle.. The alternative was to buy a replacement kit, remove the pieces fro the new kit that I needed, then return the second kit. I reluctantly did this. The second kit was delivered very promptly on Wednesday evening. When my husband and I tried to unpack it to removed the needed pieces we discovered the once again, the coop floor pan is broken beyond repair and, believe or not, the nesting box roof was again omitted! We will manufacture our own pieces to complete the coop, as I have chickens very close to needing the nesting boxes. We attempted to slide the contents back into the box to have Fed Ex pick it up...this was almost impossible since the boxes and material are so cheaply made. I used a lot of tape and hope Fed Ex will accept. VERY DISAPPOINTED.

          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          2.0

          Hassle

          By JaniceE

          from Duluth,GA

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Administer/Use
          • Easy to put together

          Cons

          • Messy Styrofoam
          • Missing Pieces In Box
          • Some Screws Fell Out

          Best Uses

          • Daily Use
          • Small Animals

          Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

          Styrofoam packing material was very messy. It ended up all over my yard. One box had some missing parts to the chicken house and I could not put it together. When I called the company to get the missing parts they could not do it I had to get a whole new one sent to me, check out the new parts, and send back the rest. The boxes are very heavy and large. I had to do a lot of work for no reason. I live alone and love having chickens. Buying a chicken house this way was just too much of a hassle.

           
          5.0

          Just what I expected

          By Debbie

          from Trion,GA

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Administer/Use

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

              Cutest little chicken coop ever.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              Nice looking and convenient

              By Chickens in NY

              from Greenwood lake NY

              Verified Buyer

              Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

              Overall this design is great for ease of getting eggs and cleaning the coop. The construction is very light wood and I worry about the winter. I may put it inside my other shed in the wonder months. It took me about an hour and a half to put together. There were some defects and some minor scratches. I wish I noticed the believed in the on roof panel and I would have swapped it for the side that is less visible. It looks like someone messes up the roof panel and had to move the screws and the old holes were puttied over. I was disappointed with that. But overall it is perfect fit for our yard.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              I agree with Kate.

              By JR

              from Chester, NH

              Verified Reviewer

              Pros

              • Easy to assemble

              Cons

              • Won't Last Long

              Best Uses

              • Garden Feature

              Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

              I will add this "FIR" unit is more like Balsa Wood than what I know as Fir. Reinforcement will be needed for sure. In my opinion, it will not last long. Should have listened to Kate, not the other reviewers. It's a shame as it is very attractive...that's all.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Perfect for our 5 bantam hens

              By Therese

              from Concord, MA

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Administer/Use
              • Effective

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Bantam Chickens
                • Daily Use

                Comments about Boomer & George Tree-Tops Chicken Coop:

                When I bought this last summer, I knew it would not be large enough for the 6 chicks that we were expecting, but I was not intending on keeping all 6 anyway, so the size wasn't a concern. One chick died during shipping, but we were still left with 5. And naturally, we ending up keeping all 5...

                Keep in mind that bantam chickens are fairly small.

                When the 5 grownup hens moved into the house late fall 2014, they settled right in. Not really sure why I was so concerned since they still all sleep together in one of the nesting pits - 5 hens occupying about one square foot. It looks really squishy, but they seem to love it. It also keeps them very toasty warm in these cold New England winters (worst winter temp was about -15 F).

                I do have to say that I made the following improvements:
                1. I added a sheet of plywood under the entire frame, protecting them from the predators that may dig. We lock them in every night.
                2. I added an outdoor enclosure (4 x 8), fully chicken-wired with a plastic roof. I rigged it up so that this enclosure is attached to the house. I felt the outdoor space was otherwise too small and I wasn't willing to let them roam free in my yard.
                3. Because I was concerned that the winter exposure would damage the housing pretty quickly, I decided to cover the entire house with a plastic tarp so that it actually never got very wet. I fully expect to be removing this tarp soon, as soon as the snow melts...

                I can guarantee that the hens are happy in their habitat by the quantity of eggs they are producing. Fact is that they are supposed to produce one (small) egg every other day (per hen), but they are just about doubling that quantity of eggs. And they are all sharing a single nest!

                The house's 4 access points are great and convenient for egg "hunting" and cleaning. Assembly took a while, but wasn't really difficult. And the house itself is very attractive. But I think that an extra outdoor enclosure was necessary for our 5 bantam hens since I wasn't planning on allowing them to run free outside.

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