Omlet Chicken Perch - 3ft
Give your chickens a brilliant new way to play with Omlet’s sleek new Chicken Perch. It’s a simple and quick way to enhance your chickens outdoor run with a fun accessory. The naturally weather resistant perch not only features an innovative bracket design - allowing it to be placed anywhere on any chicken run - but is also suitable for use by all breeds of chicken, making it the new must-have DIY chicken coop accessory!
Hentertainment of the Highest Order
Your birds love to perch and not just in their house at night. During the day you've probably noticed that they will happily hop onto a wheelbarrow handle, the back of a chair or even on the edge of flower pot. It’s an instinct that comes from the very earliest chickens that lived in forests and today's domestic hens still have a natural desire to perch from the highest available point.
Fits All Chicken Runs Whether you have an Eglu Chicken Coop, a Walk in Run or a DIY chicken coop… the Omlet Chicken Perch will fit them all. This innovative perch for chickens has a special connector which clamps around any chicken wire or chicken mesh leaving a secure and very neat looking finish. It’s one of the easiest and cheapest ways you can add a perch to your chicken run that your hens will use every day.
Specifications Made from naturally weather resistant eucalyptus, the perch is a comfortable size for bantams as well as large breeds of chickens to grip. Eucalyptus is a very hard and strong wood, as it's a natural material you will find some splitting along the length of the pole, this is not a defect and is part of the wood's characteristics. It comes untreated, you can use it straight out the box or you can use a pet safe varnish, paint or wood stain.
Length (assembled): Approx. 3ft
$29.99 Ex Tax
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Packed Product Details
Weight: 1.249 kg
Height: 13 cm
Width: 15 cm
Length: 96 cm
Product SKU: 22753
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Latest Product Reviews For Omlet Chicken Perch - 3ft
Chickens LOVE this roost - Jeff, Kansas,
We thought we put it too high in the run but they all hopped right up on it no problem the first day. It’s now their favorite hang out spot.
The reviewer has 2-4 Red sex link and Gol pets
Great addition to our run - Nina, CAMBRIDGESHIRE,
Our birds took to this perch immediately. It gives them an alternative perspective whilst they are restricted to the covered run.
The reviewer has 2-4 Pekin bantam pets
Girls love it - Raymond,
Took a while for the girls to get used to the perch but once they discovered what it was for the are never off it . Great product
The reviewer has 10+ Rescue hens pets
Sturdy - Michelle,
My girls love this sturdy perch.
The reviewer has 2-4 pets
Flourishing Flock Finally - Angella,
Our 4 hens are loving their safe, warm coop with 9 ft run. We bought a heated automatic chicken waterer that is such a relief to not have to go out in the cold to break the water first thing in the a.m. After we first bought them, our chickens each got a raspy cough/sneeze. We used VetRx and antibiotic but 1 hen died, sadly. We got a replacement. She got hen pecked for almost 2 weeks, by the hen who got hen pecked by the other 3 originals. Then they all settled down. But the new hen ended up with a "pasty or yucky butt". So after a while, we figured this was a thing and looked it up. We cut the dried poo off and thouroughly cleansed the hen's vent area with warm soapy dawn dish water from a spray bottle, rinsed with warm water from another spray bottle, and blow dried her off before putting her back in the coop. She had stopped laying for about 2 weeks. We anticipate her laying again soon. This is a learning experience and I'm glad we have 4 healthy, happy hens now with almost 4 eggs a day. The Omlet is so secure and warm for them. We did have a cat lunging at the hens and so added a roll of chicken wire around the coop for a little extra distance for cat paws. I run them off with loud clapping when I can catch them lurking around. We found we did not need the light to notify the hens that the door would be shutting. They would go up the ladder when the normal light of day was getting dim. Then when they were in the coop the light would come on. They would get confused and sometimes go back down the ladder. We ended up disconnecting the light and setting the door to close at the latest programmable time. Now it seems to be working perfectly! Love the coop, heated auto-waterer (bought separately) and our 4 happy hens! Also, we do move it around every so often. It rained for a few days and we tossed in some hay so they would not have to walk around in the mud. There was grass before, but not anymore. Mud. So hay is good to keep on hand. It was like rolling out carpet. Their little feet got a break from the mush. They even sat on it to rest during the day. We also stuck a rod through the coop for them to roost on during the day. They do like to get up high. We keep a few folding chairs around the coop to set and watch them if the weather allows. They like some meal worm snacks too. We gave them a little plain yogurt topped with meal worms for the probiotics. This was an idea I found online for chickens with "pasty or yucky butt". Good for the tummy. They really liked it too.
The reviewer has 2-4 2 Cinnamon Queens, 1 pets