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Goplus 75" Deluxe Wooden Chicken Coop Backyard Nest Box Hen House Rabbit Wood Hutch

Item# SPM13423644524 | Model# PS5738 | Added on November 2, 2018 |
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Goplus 75" Deluxe Wooden Chicken Coop Backyard Nest Box Hen House Rabbit Wood Hutch
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The chicken cage is made of 0.67" solid fir for main board so it is rainproof. The solid wood chicken coop is well designed so it can be also used as a rabbit hutch or guina pig cange or for any other small pets. This cage has a raised sleeping area completely off the ground to prevent dampness or damage.It also has a ramp for chicken to access. And the window on the cage allow light inside and fresh air circulate. Also,you don’t need to worry about the strength and stability. The top is covered with waterproof material so it can protect your animals.

Works great for rabbits, chickens, ducks, or other poultry. Portable and easy assembly. Removable side and bottom sliding pan also allows for easy cleaning access. Green felt sloping roof to protect from water penetration. Sliding access door w/ramp for chickens to enter and exit. Supporting roof for easy food/water access and extract eggs. Heavy duty galvanized wire helps keep chickens in and predators out. Chicken Coop, Nesting Box, and Run Backyard, all in one deluxe Chicken Coop. Lockable metal slide bolts on door and window. Living area completely off the ground. Locking entrance doors to living area and nest area Ventilated window to living area. Waterproof roof. Run area can be accessed through hinged door with locking assembly. Living House. Large living house with ventilation slots for better air condition. Lockable outside doors with stainless steel slide bolt keeps your chickens secure at ... read more
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