Raising chickens is a great family project! Teach your children or grandchildren how nature works. Our chicken condos feature a ramp leading down to a lower area enclosed with wire, doubling the about of enclosed space your feathered friends have to move around. Egg doors on the front make gathering eggs easy, with no need to go inside.
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6' x 8' Large Chicken Condo
This model includes five windows, access door, turn-out door, four nesting boxes with egg doors, roosts, and ramp from interior to wire enclosed area below. Designed for up to 25 chickens.
Shown with pc clay LP Smart Side, bronze trim, and weatherwood shingles.
4' x 6' Mini Chicken Condo
This model includes two windows, access door, turn-out door, three nesting boxes with egg doors, roosts, and ramp from interior to wire enclosed area below. Designed for up to 15 chickens.
Shown with beige LP Smart Side, hunter green trim, and green shingles.
Chicken Condo Features and Benefits
1. Entry Door for easy access and cleaning.
2. Siding: 50-year MFG warranted LPSmart Side in choice of color.
3. Roof: Lifetime warranted shingles.
4. 10” Overhang to protect open windows from rain.
5. Lots of Windows for light and ventilation.
6. Nesting Boxes: Shingle roof with flashing to eliminate leaks and rotting.
7. Gather eggs from outside with ease! Egg collection doors with spring-loaded hinges.
8. Bottom Area Enclosed with Wire: Allows your chickens to get out in the open air, provides protection from hawks and other predators, and provides shade on hot summer days.
9. Sturdy pressure-treated 4x4 Construction.
10. Easy Turn-Out Door allows your chickens to range freely.
Other Great Features and Benefits:
- Built-in Roosts foryour chickens’ comfort.
- Built-in Ramp drops down to allow chickens access from the upper coop to the open bottom area. (Ramp is on hinges and closes by simply pulling a string).
*Chickens not included!
The eggs you buy at the supermarket have a pale yellow yolk, because most supermarket egg chickens never see the natural light of day, or feel the natural breezes blowing. They never even get the chance to do just a short healthy sprint during their production period because of being confined to cages, only allowing them a minimal amount of space.
Chickens naturally like to get out in the dirt and grass to do their scratching and pecking, therefore increasing the quality of your eggs. If you raise your own eggs you will experience an orange yolk— the way an egg was meant to be!
For every hour of daylight a chicken gets, it will increase its production yield. In fact, if you install a light with a timer in the wintertime (giving your chickens the same time period of light as the summertime), your egg production will
be the same year-round.
Chickens will share their nesting boxes—one box will suffice for up to eight chickens.
Chicken manure is one of the richest forms of fertilizer for your yard or garden.
Read more about chickens HERE, thanks to Mrs. Andy Mast.