New Age Pet ecoFLEX Fontana Chicken Barn

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Let your chickens rule the roost with the New Age Pet ecoFLEX Fontana Chicken Barn. This stylish coop gives your chickens a place to socialize as well as nest. With one large pen area and multiple nesting box areas, you can fit a few birds in one unit depending on size. On the side, the nesting box area features an easy-to-lift lid for easy egg collection. On the front, a large door folds down to form a ramp during playtime and folds up to keep the chicks inside when necessary. Constructed with ecoFLEX, a non-toxic recycled wood and plastic polymer composite, this chicken barn is designed to last for years. And when it’s time to do a little spring cleaning, simply grab the hose and give it a rinse.

Key Benefits
  • Fit multiple chickens inside this stylish chicken barn.
  • Features a ramp, roosting bar, large pen area and multiple nesting box areas.
  • The nesting box areas are easily accessible, with a lift-up top for effortless egg collecting.
  • Constructed using weatherproof ecoFLEX, a non-toxic recycled wood and plastic polymer composite.
  • No tools required for assembly.

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  • Item Number
    175316
  • Dimensions
    52.4 x 29.4 x 29.1 inches
  • Weight
    52.9 pounds
  • Farm Animal Type
    Poultry
  • Bird Type
    Chicken
  • Material
    Recycled Materials
Instructions

Rinse or wipe clean

Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 6 Reviews 6 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good urban option

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    After using wooden coops, we decided to try another option for our coop. What caught our eye about this coop was that it was made from recycled plastic, the panels are insulated, it is light and easy to put together/break down. The PROS: -Lightweight -easy to assemble or break down (all panels are numbered and makes it SO easy to assemble them, just follow the sequence) -uses new sustainable building technology (using recycled materials and the design creates wall insulation) -easy to clean and maintain: especially right before the spring bloom when mite populations go crazy, it is great to have a product that you can hose down and will air dry in minutes versus a wooden coop that dries After using wooden coops, we decided to try another option for our coop. What caught our eye about this coop was that it was made from recycled plastic, the panels are insulated, it is light and easy to put together/break down. The PROS: -Lightweight -easy to assemble or break down (all panels are numbered and makes it SO easy to assemble them, just follow the sequence) -uses new sustainable building technology (using recycled materials and the design creates wall insulation) -easy to clean and maintain: especially right before the spring bloom when mite populations go crazy, it is great to have a product that you can hose down and will air dry in minutes versus a wooden coop that dries in a day or two. The material also makes it hard for little critters to attach to, which is great (we got the tan color and it also mates it easy to spot any little critter trying to make a home of our coop). -nice, modern look. CONS: -shipping was an issue but it does not relate to the product directly, so we were just unlucky the box got dropped/damaged during shipment and a few panels were damaged (but CS was great and sent replacements right away, and we patched up a broken panel for the main coop area to be able to set it up while we wait for the new pieces, and kept the nesting box boxed for now while the larger piece for it arrives). -door: the door is a pull down door, and as most coops are set on higher ground, the location makes it very impractical. I set up a deck and ramp on the side to maximize run space, but when the door is down, it sits low and right in the middle, prompting our flock to jump down instead of using the ramp as they were used to. A sliding door would be SO much more practical. The material is also slippery, so adding a few non slip strips to aid with the issue. -material is sturdy but can be delicate: before we set up the coop we read some reviews of people trying to jam in pieces and ending up breaking panels, so we moved very carefully when assembling it, making sure all sides were straight before we tried to keep locking the pieces together. I would also say that since it can be chipped, it would work best for an urban setting where larger predators would not be a concern. We placed ours inside a gopher wire protected run (from underneath the run to all walls), where our main concerns would be neighborhood cats, raccoons or mice, but not mountain lions, bob cats or such. Overall, we love it! We do have to take down that door and come up with something more practical, and also wished the roof had a lift-top option versus a panel- slide option (trying to peek or reach inside is hard using just that little door, and to remove the roof you have to unscrew the main roof beams first, then take down the three rooftop pieces one by one...not terrible, but a single piece roof with a lift top mechanism would make it so much better! … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy assembly

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    I'm very impressed with the simple assembly and durability of the hen house. It has a ten year warranty, and it seems like it will easily last that long. I bought it for a stray chicken that has been hanging out in my back yard every day. I wouldn't use the house fore more than 2 or 3 hens the size of leghorns, but for a city dweller like me with only one hen, it's perfect!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy to assemble! Seems very durable and stable

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    Love it! Material is like a very tough “plastic wood”. Easy to put together except for the door which tripped me up for about 20 minutes. Oh well, overall it took about an hour for a girl who is just kinda handy! I The All seams are pretty sealed except the very back at the top has a tiny space all across. Easy fixed with a piece of gorilla tape. The top does not list off. The lid of the nest box fits nicely and raises for easy access. Vents are on back wall and I do not foresee issues with leakage in rain getting in. It’s about to get thunderstorm tested tonight so I will update any leakage issues later. However, I don’t foresee any.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

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    Save your money and buy a real coop. This is junk and real small. Absolutely no access to clean inside. Very disappointed!!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Says up to 6 chickens

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    Definitely a small coop. Description said could house 6 chickens. You'd be lucky to get three or four in there to roost comfortably. Orginally got this for some ducklings I got...ended up having to rearrange the coops I had for the chickens I had to fix a house better fit for all my birds.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy assembly

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    Incredibly easy to assemble. Great instructions. Great starter coop.

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