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HN-LIT071 Little Cottage

Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Small

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  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Small
  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Small
  • Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Small
Little Cottage Unpainted Colonial Gable Chicken Coop - Small

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Assembly Required
Little Cottage
6 Chickens
74L x 64W x 86H in.
750 lbs.
Wood Type

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  • Chicken door dimensions: 9.5W x 12H inches
  • Dimensions: 74L x 64W x 86H in.
  • Human door dimensions: 34W x 61.5H inches
  • Capacity: 6 chickens
  • Talk to our Little Cottage product specialists! Call 866-579-5183.
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2 Questions About This Product
Q: "How involved is the assembly and how long would you estimate to complete?
A: The assembly time is estimated by the vendor as 4 - 6 hours for 2 people. Each coop comes with a step-by-step assembly manual but due to proprietary information, we are unable to post a full set of assembly instructions. The manual outlines a total of 60 steps for completed assembly.

The coop will ship flat packed or unassembled on a pallet. Each of the walls is complete - meaning they are in sections with the siding already installed (siding already affixed for all pieces - such as outside nesting box entry as well) - but each wall would need to be affixed to the base. The door is already plumb and the window is already inset on the front and back panels respectively - you would need to secure to the base/frame and affix latches. The most pure assembly will be securing the roof trusses, installing the roof sheeting and then shingling the roof.

The tools needed: Cordless drill (12V or higher), #2 Square Drive Bit, Hammer, 6' Step Ladder, Tape Measure, Square Utility Knife w/ blade & hook blade, Speed Square

Hopefully this does help give you a rough idea of the assembly required for the Little Cottage Chicken Coop and your chickens’ potential new home!

Q: "For this coop, what brand of paint would you recommend using that isn't harmful to the chickens?
A: We would recommend using an outdoor rated paint that can withstand the outdoor elements.  Sherwin Williams exterior paint would be a great choice to select for your coop and won't be harmful to your chickens.
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