Reviews for Omlet Chicken Fencing

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Moderate assembly. May require planning for non-standard shapes - Dublin,

Assembly is ok, on a par with Lego or IKEA instructions. Which is to say the information is all there, check the drawings carefully for details. The kit is designed for an enclosure. If you are using the fence as a strip, the gate/endpiece may not position conveniently, so there may be some amendments required. Likewise if you need 2 openings.


MK2 fencing vs old style -

Initially when I received this fencing (it was my 2nd time purchasing Omlet fencing), I was disappointed because it wasn't like the old style; which in my opinion, was cuter. I also had to finagle the two together, as they were incompatible. Many months later, I have decided why the newer fencing (Mk2) is better than the old (Mk1). We've become aware of foxes and some new kits in our area. Today, nearby the fence area, I spotted fox droppings. So I began closely inspecting the perimeter of my Omlet fence line (both newer plastic & older woven cloth), I discovered 7 chewed through places on the old woven fence. None of the plastic fencing had been touched (or at least not damaged). The old woven fencing which I originally favored, will now go away, and I will be purchasing more Mk2 fencing. Also, because of the nocturnal predators which we have in the area, I do shut the Omlet coop door every night to keep my chickies safe.


5stars -

Being New to backyard chickens I needed a way to let them out of their house. The Omlet chicken fencing was a lifesaver. I'm delighted with this product. My chickens can be set up to kinda free roam for hours. Just today they spent all day cleaning out one of my flower gardens for fall. Money well spent.


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Very discreet fencing and easy to set up!


The perfect fence for our chickens! -

The fence was easy to set up, I only used the instructions to confirm that I was connecting the poles correctly, it was pretty intuitive. I’ve had it up for a month now and my 13 chickens and I love it. We moved the fence a few days ago, we did not take it apart, just pulled the ground stakes out and put them back in using the guy lines to show us where the corners go so it lined up perfectly. It was a little awkward at first because it started to get a little tangled but we got it straightened out fairly easily and the move took no more than a half hour including moving their coop and all their stuff. We purchased the largest fence option and it is more than enough room for 13 chickens to graze in for a month, our grass doesn’t even look like they were there except for a few holes they dug for their dust baths. I’m very happy with this purchase


Tricky but effective -

I’ll be honest, this was tricky to erect! Husband, wife and father in law stood for quite some time completely flummoxed. I think the instructions could be clearer. Once we finally got it up, I’m very pleased with it. Made a couple of modifications. Keeps the chickens safely in, I am a little concerned that it won’t keep the foxes out, but it doesn’t claim to. Overall I think it is a little over priced, however I am pleased with it and it appears to be very well made.


Relatively easy setup, works well -

My boyfriend and I were able to set this gate up in about an hour and a half once we figured out how it worked. The instructions were really unclear, so it took time to figure out. The fence is quite sturdy and effective once set up, but my (very large) rooster was able to clear it in a single bound. My hen never tried. It was a simple fix, though. I bought a cheap net to place over the Omlet fence and ziptied/clipped it into place. No escapes since. Overall a good product, but expect some trial and error.


Omelet fence review -

The fence is nice and handy, but a little short. Our chickens can fly over it...would be nice if the fence posts were taller so we could attach a rope or fabric along the length to make it higher. I added some driveway reflector poles and attached a long piece of fabric around so they won’t fly out. Do you sell the anchor stakes separately? I know we should clip their wings, but in the past one was able to fly away from a predator.

Omlet Says: Thank you for your review Judy. We do sell extra pegs here, on our website: https://www.omlet.co.uk/shop/chicken_keeping/omlet_chicken_fencing_spares/11774/omlet_chicken_fencing_-_pack_of_10_pegs/?rf=1dc68aa43c31fdda1fcc42f80ece3a26


Great product - N/A,

Bought fencing to extend the girls run and stop them eating my veg. Very sturdy fencing. Easy to assemble. Gate works perfectly. Easy to install . The girls love it


Wish I had bought one sooner -

Our garden had become a mess and our decking was forever having to be hosed down. It got to the point where we thought it was a bad idea having chickens. But thankfully we decided to buy the Omlet fencing in the hope we could get back to normal. And it did! The fencing is surprisingly well made and although a bit fiddly to assemble the instructions were very clear. Ideally the fencing could be higher as they sometimes fly over the top but that’s a minor issue and we can live with the occasional escapee. Having said that they were used to roaming the whole garden before and it does seem to be getting less and less as they get used to the new set up. And I’m not sure I’d like the look of a higher fence. So overall a very happy customer and can easily recommend.

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