HenGear Reversible Rollout Chicken Nest Box

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The HenGear Reversible Rollout Chicken Nest Box helps you gather eggs from your hens with ease—and helps prevent your eggs from getting damaged. This nest box features a sloped floor, which helps lead the egg into a separate compartment, and a black curtain to separate the egg collection tray from the hen. You can mount your collection tray on the front or rear of the nest. Plus, this nest box contains a removable pad that helps protect the eggs and direct your hens to the box to lay their eggs. Small Rollout Nest Box is perfect for flocks up to 7 hens.

Key Benefits
  • Features a sloped floor, which helps lead the egg into a separate compartment.
  • Contains a removable pad that helps keep eggs safe and encourages your hens to lay in the boxes.
  • Black curtain partitions the egg collection tray from the hen.
  • You can mount your collection trays on the front or rear of the nest.
  • Does not have divider walls, which helps prevent your chickens from becoming over-crowded.

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  • Item Number
    280496
  • Dimensions
    21 x 21 x 12 inches
  • Weight
    14.0 pounds
  • Farm Animal Type
    Poultry
  • Bird Type
    Chicken
  • Material
    Aluminum
Size
SizeLengthWidthHeight
Small21 inches21 inches12 inches
Medium21 inches21 inches24 inches
Large21 inches21 inches48 inches
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    Watch video for better assembly instructions

    By Hillbillychick on Jun 1, 2021

    I am used to assembly all sorts of premanfactured products. These nesting boxes were by far the most difficult to assemble. The paper instructions were terrible. I found the video to be much more useful. So far my girls have gone I side, but no eggs yet. It's only been 2 days since I put it in their coop.

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