Keep your chickens warm and cozy with the Cozy Products Flat Panel Chicken Coop Heater. This flat-panel poultry coop heater keeps your birds warm through the winter to promote their well-being and prevent frostbite to combs and feet. It uses both radiant and convection heat with low wattage for more even warmth without the risk of overheating, and features a built-in thermostat for easy temperature maintenance, and two heat settings for customization. Built with a slim profile, it’s easy to set up in any coop, and uses 90% less energy than a space heater. Plus, it has a large on-off display that’s easy to see even from a distance for added safety.
Flat-panel poultry coop heater keeps chickens warm and prevents frostbite safely and efficiently through winter.
Low wattage means lower electric bills and less risk of overheating, with 90% less energy usage than a space heater.
Uses radiant and convection heat for more complete heating, with two heat settings for customized heating and built-in thermostat.
Safety-rated zero clearance to minimize fire hazard, with easy-to-see on/off display for added peace of mind, and in-cord switch for ease of use.
Provides winter heating alternative without the need for high wattage lamps, and is easy to install in any chicken coop style or size.
Things heat up really well! We purchased not for chickens but for cats! We built a rather sizable cat house and this winter, surrounded it with thick, clear, flexible plastic. The temperature was due to drop rather quickly and we wanted a low or zero clearance way to give the installed heat mat a boost. Currently it’s registering 1*F outside and the cat house is registering 46*F with 2 coop heaters settled between the plastic envelope and wooden box. The power indicator didn’t show red when standing alone in the wind, but it was still producing heat. Blocking the wind made a huge difference. Cats now like to lounge around the outside behind the plastic envelope around the box and watch peopleThings heat up really well! We purchased not for chickens but for cats! We built a rather sizable cat house and this winter, surrounded it with thick, clear, flexible plastic. The temperature was due to drop rather quickly and we wanted a low or zero clearance way to give the installed heat mat a boost. Currently it’s registering 1*F outside and the cat house is registering 46*F with 2 coop heaters settled between the plastic envelope and wooden box. The power indicator didn’t show red when standing alone in the wind, but it was still producing heat. Blocking the wind made a huge difference. Cats now like to lounge around the outside behind the plastic envelope around the box and watch people walking and birds. Spoiled ferals.… more
on Feb 24, 2021
Great alternative (and safe) to a heatlamp. We have this attached to the wall directly behind where the chickens roost and they seem comfortable at 20 degrees. I have noticed they will turn to face it when the temps drop. I don't worry that they will get too warm and not remain adaptable to the cold outside during the day, but know that they are staying warm enough to avoid any frostbite or discomfort.
This is great
on Feb 17, 2021
I needed a safe option to put in my coop for these Sub-Zero temps we've been having. One of the legs came broken, but I wasn't planning on using the legs so it didn't affect me. There are holes on the back that you can hang it with, which was what I did. My chickens are curious so I know they'd knock it over if I used the legs.
on Jan 15, 2021
I first tried it out in the house to make sure it worked. It almost seemed too hot on the low setting. The birds have a special little nook they like to hang out in on the outside. I then took it out there in below freezing weather. On low, neither the ducks nor the peafowl seemed to notice. On the high setting however, they took turns standing in it's warmth. It had officially been bird approved. In the brooder it went, and now I have extremely spoiled fowl. It can even handle the ducks water splashing mess.
My girls love it
on Mar 4, 2021
I thought it wasn't working (contacted the mfg to see if I was using correctly), but figured out it does show when it is on. The mfg wasn't willing to help b/c I didn't purchase from them, but it was half the price at Chewy! Ofcourse! Love my chewy.
Coop heater for food room in garage
on Feb 14, 2021
I used one in an unheated storage area with water and canned goods. Kept it above freezing while 9 degrees outside. -10 in next few days, started up the second one, have a tiny fan to move the warm air around. Now I have one in my bathroom just to keep the floor and pipes toasty. All work great.
on Jan 20, 2021
I bought two as an alternative to a hearting lamp. I’m not sure how it’s affecting my electric bill but it definitely doesn’t put out much heat. I live in Texas so my birds don’t need much but this doesn’t put out enough. It definitely doesn’t work standing up for baby chicks. I’ve had to tilt it and cover most of the inclosure it ensure they had enough heat. Overall I wouldn’t buy again and will be looking for an alternative.
on Feb 10, 2021
I love this heater! It has two heat settings and is very easy to hang in the coop. The girls seem to love it on the cold nights they roost right by it. Second season using it, highly recommend if your coop needs a little extra heat.
Jury still out.
on Jan 18, 2021
I’m not sure if this is working properly. It keeps turning off on it’s own and I’m not sure if it’s the thermostat or it’s just not working. I went out to check it on a really cold night- chickens were completely uninterested in it and I put my hand nearby to find it off. Turned it back on .
First Time Owner
on Dec 8, 2020
I’m new to chickens but I’m not new to Michigan winters. The books say everything is ok for chickens until it’s below 20 degrees for prolonged periods of time. I also read that light bulb heaters are unsafe. I purchased my new heater about a month ago, got everything ready to go when it gets really cold and have been testing the heater in the mornings and evenings. At low, it moves up about 5 degrees in about an hour. I can imagine that I’ll move to high heat later in the winter. I find the girls surrounding it when I opened the coop this morning. Mine is mounted to the wall.