Reviews for Omlet Chicken Fencing - 68ft - Inc. Gate and Double Spike Poles

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- David,

Works very well - Erika,

I have had the netting up for the past two years and love the product because it blends into the field and is easy to move around as we do at least three times a year. Security so far has been good as is the ease of moving the chickens around the field. Unfortunately some holes have appeared in the smaller part of the fencing made by I am not sure what , so I will need to repair the holes as it didnt take too long for my chickens to find. and then made their way to my wild bird feeder. They say the grass is always greener on the other side and how true that is with my chickens.


Good fencing options - but wish it was a bit higher - Peter,

It's easy to put up and move, and that was what I wanted. Does a nice job of keeping the chickens contained - most of the time. What I found was that they can still escape by flying up on the coop and then from there fly out. So that is something to consider when you pick the size, I wish I had gone bigger than 68 feet. It would help if the fence was 50 cm higher. Another thing is that when my chicks were 3 months old they could still squeeze out of the larger squares. They are getting too big for it now.


A NICE PRODUCT - Janet,

THE NETTING IS EASY TO MANOUVRE AND THE DOUBLE SPIKE POLES EASY TO PUT IN PLACE. tHIS NETTING WORKS WELL ON EVEN GROUND BUT WHEN PUT ON UNEVEN LAND THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH PEGS OR SPIKES TO SECURE IT TO THE GROUND AND THE CHICKENS CAN EASILY ESCAPE BY DIGGING AN ESCAPE ROUTE!


review on 68 ft fencing - Zoe,

On the whole works out alright, but had to buy U spikes to keep the bottom down, we have a nosey Chessie. One of the chickens got out also, so now that I have the extra u spikes in place, we are alright. The only other thing would be to have a slightly small footage, around 34 ft. The first one was to small, but I had to cut the 68ft netting much to big for our area, and for the dogs to have room also.


ideal for giving a small group of hens more freedom - Joanna,

This fencing is easy to move, the door works well, much easier than trying to chicken proof the garden boundaries. Only problem- one hen tried to escape before I clipped their wings and she got tangled in the fencing.


love it - Beverly,

me and the chicks love it.


Good for chicken exercise - Jacki,

Found the Fencing a bit fiddly to erect but once in place it gave our girls some extra space to roam around. However our svelte like girls can get through the larger holes in the Netting. Holes need to be smaller as in the Bottom section. Great product though.


Love the Omlet Fence but watch your dogs - Jana, NY,

I absolutely love the Omlet fence. It was easy peasy to set up. The only negative is my dog who runs free managed to get his head and paws caught in the wider squares on the netting. For this reason I wish it was all made out of the smaller squares like the ones on the bottom. I would have given it a 5 but it was hard to untangle my dog.


Just The Ticket - Gary,

The fencing was easy to install, and has worked like a charm to keep our hungry backyard chickens out of our two gardens. The fencing is a good product at a fair price.

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