Pets make a great addition to family life, and in recent years, people have been moving away from the traditional companions such as dogs, cats, and goldfish, to embrace animals usually found on a farmyard. The popularity of poultry keeping comes as no surprise to us. After all, they’re fantastic company, and who wouldn’t want […]
If you’re a first time chicken keeper or you’re looking to separate your flock into smaller groups then our Six bird Chicken House is the ideal house for you.
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This attractive, robust, and practical chicken house has been designed to comfortably fit up to six birds. The tanalised timber frame, floor, and side panels make it easy to clean and the excellent air flow ensures your hens stay healthy.
The Swiss chalet style of the chicken house provides room for one upper and one lower perch and features an easily removable external nest box providing room for three hens to lay eggs in comfort.
The large pop-hole allows hens to come and go without needing to stoop and the HenSafe door leaves you safe in the knowledge that your flock will be securely shut in overnight and let out at a time that suits you in the mornings.
Suitable for up to six birds
Dimensions: 3ft 6" x3ft x 4ft" high
Two internal perches
External nest box
Key benefits and features of the HenSafe Automatic Chicken Coop Door Opener include:
Powerful 5KG lifting motor to lift the heaviest of doors
Fully automatic with industry quality parts
Fully integrated internal light sensor and timer
Manual button for extra flexibility
Digital push button display showing settings, battery life, and a system heartbeat LED light so you can see it's working from 100m away
Operate using the time, light level, or a combination of both (time with a light backstop) to suit your location
Easy to install
Simple to use
Customer service is the number one priority of HenSafe - if you have any issues, inside or outside of the 2 year warranty, contact HenSafe direct via: www.hensafe.net and they will be happy to help.