Solid wood construction, galvanized metal, composite asphalt shingles and a weatherproof finishSleeping house with removable roosting polePull-out plastic tray for fast and easy cleaningWood panel at back of run protects from wind
Customer Reviews for Trixie Natura Peak Roof Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run
Review 1 for Trixie Natura Peak Roof Chicken Coop with Outdoor Run
PostedJune 24, 2012
from South Carolina
I bought this coop for my rabbit to have an outdoor play pen and as an extra re-hab coop for my chickens in case they got hurt, etc. I also bought it when Petco was having a sale which made it even a better deal than any of the other on-line sites or pet stores which were asking $450 plus for the exact design. I have had it for a little over a year and do not have any big complaints/problems with it. I will say the only negatives are that the hinges for the top roof are not very strong and structurally it really can't take too much moving after you put it together. I accidentally ripped the ramp off its hinges trying to drag it across the yard, but i screwed it back in without any problems. The roof is still waterproof and it has a lot of vents and if you remove the plexiglass panes where the windows are it really helps with circulation. It gets hot where I live and I add a small fan and the pets all seem comfortable and are never panting. I'd say that it fits 3-4 small bantam hens comfortably when they have access to an additional run, but really 2 small bantam size hens only confined to this run/coop.