Precision Pet Products Chicken Nesting Pads, 10 count

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Rated 4.225 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • All moisture is drawn to the pad's paper backing, which gives your chicken a clean, dry surface to lay her eggs.
  • The soft, cozy pads encourage your hens to lay eggs in one place, making egg collection even quicker!
  • Wood shavings on top are designed to be nuzzled and nested in, but the pads won't lose their shape—no matter how comfy your hen gets.
  • Completely biodegradable and sustainable, they can be safely composted after your hen is done nesting.
  • Cushioned surface gives your chicken a comfortable nesting place while protecting her eggs from breaking.

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Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions


How often do these need to be changed out?
Answer by ChewyAug 08, 2020
Some pet parents have reported being able to use the same pad for 3-6 months, while others replace them every 4-8 weeks. It does depend on your chickens and how destructive they can be.

Can I use them for my pet ring-necked doves?
Answer by ChewySep 18, 2019
This nesting pad is suitable for doves.

My chickens tend to use some nesting boxes for pooping in. Will their poop fall through the material to the liner on the bottom? Or will it just dry and pile up?
Answer by ChewySep 19, 2019
These pads feature unique, absorbing technology that pulls moisture into a liner below. Solids will fall through and can be shaken out later.

would these be suitable for cockatiels and similar sized parrots?
Answer by ChewyOct 23, 2019
While designed for chickens, these pads can be used for other birds if you wish.


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40 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ronnie on Jul 9, 2022

Great for the hens!

I was skeptical for the cost, but our hens kept kicking out the chips we normally use as bedding and without any nesting material, eggs tend to break or get poopy. I absolutely love these! I take one out, plop it into the nest box, the hens can try to scratch and rearrange, but it stays put! I change it out about every 4 months just to refresh and make sure I'm not fostering any mite/lice, but it's honestly been in good shape when I've changed them out. Eggs come out clean and not broken. I'll keep purchasing 100%!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Shern007 on Jul 20, 2022

Loved these but......

These worked very well and was all set to order more until they went up $10! I will just use loose coastal hay and fix the boxes up when the girls scratch it out. If you have scratchy hens they will loosen the hay off the pads but it does take a couple weeks for this to happen. Put loose straw on top of these pads and it helps. Would be a 5 star review but the price jump from $18 to $28 is just too high for us.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DogCatsChickens on Sep 18, 2022

Good nestbox stuffer

These are good nest in stuffers. The hens fluff them up and they tend to last a long time before needing to be replaced.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Shaz on Jul 19, 2022

Chicken Nesting Pads

I wasn't that impressed with these after a few weeks, the chickens just tore them up - no different really then having to replace the shavings to me for the price.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Carol on Feb 26, 2022

Not the same quality.

I have bought these for 5 years and loved them. I just opened my new package and the quality was extremely disappointing. They are so thin, there was no fluffing up like normal. The price increased but the product is unusable. I will not buy again.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By FosterParent on Mar 13, 2022

I like the product, so do hens

The pads fill the nest boxes nice, and the hens cannot kick it out as easily as they do hay. However the package said 10 and there were only 9


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jackie on Mar 7, 2022

these WERE awesome

These used to be the best now they are terrible! So thin, chickens scratch through almost immediately.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jhart on Dec 6, 2021

Nesting Pads

These work great. I just wish they came in a better package. Once you take one out, the rest shed everywhere. But cant complain about the product itself.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on Mar 23, 2022

Excellent product

So worth the money! I highly recommend for chickens!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By BockkersAndSquakersMom on Sep 16, 2021

Nesting Pads

I have 60 or so girls and I love these pads and wish I had known of them before, they have greatly reduced my egg cleaning time, easy easy easy to use! And Yes, leave the paper on as it is part of the pad and goes on the bottom. One of my girls also would kick out nesting material but not these. She tried but they have remained in place for everyone else to use. And Im thinking I no longer need straw, just layer of wood chips or not and the pads...