Easy to install, very secure, seems really durable, and our chickens absolutely love it.
My chickens LOVE this. I went with the 6ft option instead of the 3ft because I have eight birds and I was worried they would "argue" over who got to sit on it. I just installed it yesterday (super easy to put together) - it took them about a day to get over their suspicion of the new object enough to try it out. Three chickens are sitting on it now, happy as can be, and there's room for the others when they're ready to hop on up!
Very sturdy and easy to mount. Hens all on it within an hour. Looks like it will last too.
My Chickens love their perch. They sit on it all the time. It was a great purchase. I got a second one.
1m fits the cube 2 run fine - doesn’t need to be too precise as it fits at an angle
Fixed level with two steps down from the coop door and they fly onto it
Dropped a screw when fitting and they tried to eat it - take care
My 4 chickens love this perch. It was easy to install and I have adjusted the height as my little ones have grown. They free range during the day, but when it gets close to night time, they come into their 9 foot Omlet Run and relax on their perch before they head into the coop for the night
We fixed our perch outside the Eagle run, in a day space. For months we thought the girls didn't use the perch as we never saw them on it. Then winter came and lots of mud claw marks appeared on it! We caught the girls using the perch once when we crept down the garden so they couldn't hear us. Now we know the secret, we catch them on it often - until they hear us coming and rush to the door!
Well made, easy to assemble. Adds further enrichment to the hens run. They perch comfortably. We originally put it a little too high and was easy to adjust.
Very easy to erect. I have the 2m pole in my 2m x 2m x1m run for my ex battery older ladies. It took a while before they realised they could do more than just limbo under it. It was funny watching them almost nose to tail following each other Limboing under it, but now as they get used to daylight and grass, they're loving their new toys.
Think this is essential to any new owner purchasing an Omlet run. The bird’s natural instinct is to perch, and needs to be encouraged for leg strength. This perch is hard wearing and strong, easy to fit and adjust. Watching the hens use it together to rest and preen made me realise what an essential piece of kit this is.