Omlet's new chicken jackets are great for keeping your chickens warm, dry and clean when out and about on the building site (your garden). Newly rescued battery hens whose feathers are a little sparse or hens who have recently moulted will appreciate the jacket's extra warmth and, of course, it goes some way to protecting a semi-naked chicken's modesty!
It's no yolk that chickens who are involved in the hentertainment business are often found crossing the road. Why they do this we don't know - but if they are wearing one of these chicken jackets they will at least be complying with BS-EN471. If you don't know what that means - don't worry - the key thing is that your chickens will be completely safe while changing a wheel on your car if you breakdown on the side of the motorway.
Worried about your chickens now that the cold, dark nights are drawing in? Don't panic, because the High-Vis Chicken Jacket has arrived. Available in two colours, pink and yellow, or as a twin-pack, this health and safety gilet will make your pets visible on the darkest days, while protecting them from the rain and sleet. This means there's no need to worry about hens wandering into the road.
The High-Vis Chicken Jacket is perfect for medium sized hens, with adjustable velcro fastening for a comfortable fit every time. Simply place over the hen's head, pop her wings through the arm holes and fasten at the front.
The High-Vis Chicken Jacket offers great comfort and protection, as well as making hens more visible in the dark. With a breathable, showerproof fabric outer, and quilted inner bodywarmer, your pets will be comfy and cosy whatever the weather. The jacket is lined with NASA-approved Flectalon, for effective insulation, so, although your chickens may not be planning a space mission anytime soon, they will be protected from the biting wind, rain and snow.
Has your hen lost her feathers? Whether poorly, moulting or ex-battery, a garment like this will give her some eggstra warmth, when her feathers aren't quite up to the job. It will also protect her skin while her own coat starts to grow back.
Amorous cockerel on the prowl? This jacket can help to reduce the damage on your hen's back that a companion of the opposite sex may cause.
The High-Vis Chicken Jacket:
Launched in October 2013, the High-Vis Chicken Jacket has featured in many newspapers, magazines, radio and television programmes already, and the product has proved to be incredibly popular with chicken keepers everywhere. Below are a few examples of our press features.