Omlet Chicken Fencing

If you’re looking for some poultry netting to fence in your chickens, this is a great choice. This handy chicken fencing comes in green, to blend into your garden. It is available as a 39, 69, 195 and 138ft roll and is very easy to put up and move about. Use this poultry fencing to keep your chickens within an area, giving them more space to roam or, of course, out of a part of your garden, like your prized vegetable patch!

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Omlet Chicken Fencing - 39ft - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 39ft - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles
  $89.00
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 68ft - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 68ft - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles
  $119.00
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 105ft - Inc. Gate, Double Spike Poles and Guy Lines
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 105ft - Inc. Gate, Double Spike Poles and Guy Lines
  $169.00
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 138ft  - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles
Omlet Chicken Fencing - 138ft - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles
  $199.00
Chickens roaming within fenced off area. A simple way to keep your chickens in one area of the garden.

The dark green fencing blends well amongst the flora and fauna of your garden, so it doesn’t stand out like a sore thumb and it is almost invisible from a distance.

Pushing the spiked fencing pole into the ground. It is quick to set up the fencing by pushing the poles in with your foot.

This handy fencing comes in a roll and is very easy to put up and move about. You simply thread the double spiked poles through the fencing. All poles have two spikes making it easy to 'tread' them into the ground and providing stability. Just pop the fencing into the top cap of the poles and then simply push the poles into the ground to secure them in position.

You can download instructions for your chicken fencing here.

Man operating the Omlet chicken fencing gate. The handy gate gives you quick access to your chickens.

Omlet Chicken Fencing comes with an inbuilt gate with a strong catch that is quick to open but secure, making it easy to get in and out to feed your chickens. The strong catch for the gate is highlighted in a luminous green making it easier to see where the gate is. You can also position the gate wherever suits the layout of fencing you have chosen.

The dimensions of Omlet chicken fencing. Everything you need to start keeping chickens

With an overall height of 1.25m, (which is taller than most fencing), you can be confident that even the most determined of your feathered friends won’t make a great escape! .

Perfect For Smaller Poultry

The fencing is also suitable for use with smaller birds like bantams. The bottom section of the fencing has holes that are only 50mm wide to stop them wriggling their way through. The holes higher up are 100mm wide.

PLEASE NOTE - This netting is intended as a means of keeping your chickens in a contained area. It is not predator proof and cannot be electrified.

Diagram of Omlet chicken fencing dimensions.

Available in 3 different sized rolls to suit your garden's/chickens' needs. You can also make any shape you like, rather than just squares or rectangles.

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Your Reviews - Omlet Chicken Fencing

5 Stars:
481
4 Stars:
206
3 Stars:
55
2 Stars:
8
1 Star:
5

Brilliant, chooks love it!! - Ian,

Does the job well. Not one escaped - Kate,

An excellent product, looked too simplistic when arrived, however, keeps chicks in and stays put well. Do wear the gloves provided as advised when putting together as poles do give off splinters.


- Linda,

Outstanding. Has lasted almost 4 years. Well worth the money. Thanks for making such a great product.


I love this fence but I'm not sure its design works for use in my circumstance! - Patricia, Iowa,

I really do love this fence and if I had no wild rabbits or neighboring dogs I would think it is darn near perfect! Unfortunately, the rabbits nibble at the lower fence area and my neighbor's dog has destroyed at least 4 sections of the fence. (They reimbursed me for the cost of the fence.) This is not the fault of the fence, it does it's job at containing the chickens quite well although I have had a couple of escapees. They were so surprised and dismayed to find themselves on the outside looking in that it was not difficult to herd them back inside with their flock. Considering these issues I was unhappy to see that Omlet had allowed themselves to run out of repair kits for the fence; pretty sure my experience with the fence is not unique. I have tried to repair the places I could with a soldering iron (it works but doesn't look great). If my property was enclosed with fencing (not practical for 11 acres) in order to keep everything else out then I think this fence would be perfect - but then, what would be the need for the Omlet fence? I would love some suggestions for these issues if anyone has some.

Omlet Says: Thank you for your review. I am sorry to hear that we have been out of stock of our repair kits when you needed one. Please note that we now have them in stock, here: https://www.omlet.us/shop/chicken_keeping/spares/11776/omlet_chicken_fencing_-_repair_kit_green/ My apologies again for the inconvenience. Yours, The Omlet team


Omlet Chicken Fencing - Brett,

This fencing is as advertised: simple to put up and move. The gate works well. The quality appears to be good and I am so far very happy with my purchase.

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