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TRIXIE Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run

Item # HN-TXE067

Dimensions & Specifications

Product Weight
73 lbs.
Pet Type
Chicken
Brand
Trixie Pet
Wood Type
Glazed Pine
Dimensions
68L x 30.25W x 41.25H in.
Assembly Required
Yes
Material
Wood
Size
2 Standard or 4 Bantam Chickens

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  • Dimensions: 68L x 30.25W x 41.25H in.
  • Capacity: 2 Large or 4 Bantam Chickens
  • Suitable for 2 standard size chickens or 4 bantams
  • Nesting house with hinged roof and removable divider
  • Sleeping house with hinged roof and removable roosting pole
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Trixie Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to administer/use (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small animals (3)

    Reviewed by 5 customers

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Very efficient-but small for 4 !!!

    By Darlene

    from SALE CREEK,TN

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Administer/Use
    • Effective
    • Gentle

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use
      • Small Animals

      Comments about Trixie Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run:

      This coop is excellent with all its doors & hatches. You can gain access from the front screen door, coop screen door, egg area hatch, or raise roost area top, or entire top. You can also clean roosting area out by pulling the drawer out. HOWEVER, it appears bigger than it is. It is really better for TWO full size chickens, instead of the 4 that i got. The roost stick upstairs is best for two full size, and has 2 nests. Of course, multiple hens will lay eggs in only one or two nests, but the scratching room on ground is tight for 4 grown hens- unless they're Bantams. I have Rhode Island Reds. We may have to order one more coop & divide them up in 2 & 2. Chicks are so small when they are little, don't be fooled! They get big! One other important detail; Chicks can NOT walk up the plank- it's too smooth! their legs slip. I got a large piece of peel & stick grippy for a regular step & cut in four pieces. (see my picture after grippy) It was perfect size, pushing onto each step for the chicks & they started running up & down within a few minutes. This was a MUST!! Even for full size hens, their feet might slip. I used hay in laying area & other areas inside. Also, you are able to hook a red warming lamp to the step area for night time- pushing up towards open doorway- when chicks are still needing heat at night. There is a SLIDING door to close at night at nights if you want to. But important to open it up first morning light or hens will not be happy! Again, house is not SPACIOUS, but smaller than it looks. The picture on the Hayneedle site are adolescent chickens, not fat full grown size. And if you have a feeder & waterer- which i have, it takes up some room also; If they are on ground, they'll get dirty quick, if you hang them, it still takes up hen's walking space. I keep water up & down & food down in daytime since that's when they do most of their eating.
      One more thing. If ground is not exactly level, snakes can flatten themselves to get under coop! So, i bought a life size owl to perch on top, put moth balls in a large circle around coop (don't put where rain will run into coop from mothballs) and spread a circle of powdered LIME in large circle too. Snakes don't like these things. And small chicks are very vunerable to snakes. After chicks are full size, snakes can still sneak in & steal eggs, without some prevention measures. I also put heavy bricks around edges that had a small space (where you could get a finger under)I also keep a board or brick in front of the front screen door- in case i (or someone else) doesn't latch it back well- it could easily come open!! Yes, i'm a good MOTHER HEN! One other thing, we are attaching wheels on one end & handles where we can move the coop around every few days. They need fresh grass area to be content & healthier. If you try scooting house without such, the screws will pull loose & you will tear up the coop. It's not made for moving unless you lift and carry- one person on each end. That is easy enough also!

      (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Too small

      By Albert

      from Palm Bay, FL

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Nice

      Cons

      • Too small

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      Comments about Trixie Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run:

      From the pictures, I thought I was getting a much bigger coop. This one is SSMMAALL! It is nice, but small. That's my only beef. I think the 2 hens I plan on purchasing will be housed OK but right now I don't know that.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Coop!!!

      By Richard

      from LAS VEGAS,NV

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Administer/Use
      • Great Quality

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Small Animals

      Comments about Trixie Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run:

      This is a great coop, well planned out, great quality and a fantastic value. I couldn't be more happy for my "urban" chickens. :)

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Nice little chicken house

      By Nova

      from COOS BAY,OR

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Administer/Use
      • Effective

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Small Animals

        Comments about Trixie Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run:

        Easy to put together. My grandaughter put it together in a
        couple hours. Materials seem to be good quality. Perfect for the 3-4 small chickens we are getting. I would suggest not more than 2 if larger breed. It is smaller than the picture looks.

        (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        It is a 5 star hotel!

        By Susan

        from BOCA RATON,FL

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Daily Use

            Comments about Trixie Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run:

            I ordered the chicken coop for our 3 baby chicks that are growing quickly and loved it... so I ordered one more! We are in the process of enjoining them by building a large running area between both. That way when we have to keep our chickens inside, they will have lots of space but at night they will also have the space they need as they grow. We need to reenforce the latches each night due to racoons though. It will also be important to place some chicken fensing deeply undergound and around the coop for extra protection..... so far, so good!!!

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