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HN-WMI0056 Ware

Ware Chick-N-Barn with Free Nesting Box

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  • Ware Chick-N-Barn with Free Nesting Box
  • Ware Chick-N-Barn with Free Nesting Box
Ware Chick-N-Barn with Free Nesting Box

Dimensions & Specifications

Assembly Required (Barn Only)
12L x 12.5W x 12.5H inches (Nesting Box), 4.25L x 3.5W x 3.75H feet (Barn)
96 lbs. (Barn), 2 lbs. (Nesting Box)
Wood Type
Exterior Grade Plywood


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  • Quality exterior plywood construction
  • Holds 4 to 6 chickens
  • Egg access door and roosting perch
  • Winter solid door, wire summer door
  • Easy assembly with screwdriver
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Ware Chick-N-Barn with Free Nesting Box

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


cute, but needs improvement

By shihtzutoy

from Columbia, MO

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  • Very easy to assemble


  • Not secure
  • Not well constucted

Best Uses

  • Up to 5 standard chickens

Comments about Ware Chick-N-Barn with Free Nesting Box:

While this coop is easy/quick to assemble, I put mine together in about an hour, overall I am disappointed in the materials and construction of the coop. The roof panels have two hinges and clearly need 3, I have had mine about a month and the panels are starting to sag. also the roofing material is not well adhered on one panel and has raised in two areas, so I suppose I will have to somehow inject glue under there and get that down. The trim on one section is already coming off, and I will also need to glue that to resecure it. where the roofing ends they should have put flashing under the end that also covers the edge of the wood, but that wasn't done so I suppose this may be an area that will rot quickly.
The egg doors simply slide up, there is nothing that secure them, I put finishing nails to hold them for the meantime but will look for some kind of hardware to secure them before my hens start to lay. A racoon would have no difficulty sliding one up and decimating the entire flock. I consider these animals my pets, and I want them to be safe.

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