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Reviews for Walk In Chicken Run

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Great upgrade from previous houses and runs -

Feels safe and easy to use - difficult only during heavy rain when the ground is boggy. My hens love their new run !


My garden is breathing a sigh of relief! - Kent,

Relatively straightforward to erect and all done in three hours. You definitely need two people and some steps when putting the roof on. Spent the winter with my three girls roaming the garden. Now have no lawn left and most of the borders have been turfed out on to what was left of the lawn. So a walk in run couldn't come quick enough. My Go Up and run has been attached to the back so they can come in and out when they please. And come summertime I should once more be able to walk barefoot across the grass!!


Great product! -

Tricky to attach to cube extended run but once completed it gave our six chooks much more room.


Excellent Product -

Really pleased with this product, gives the girls plenty of safe playing room and me the security of knowing whilst I am at work that they are secure. Particularly like the stable door which helps when I am wanting to put their afternoon treats in without actually going inside - saves mobbing!!


saving up for another run -

I am so pleased with my low run for the classic that I am saving up for another. Thank you.


Chicken Freedom! - Sussex,

Great item - just what was needed after a series of fox attacks on our free range hens. We needed to keep the girls in a little bit more and this was the perfect answer to add to the end of our very long cube run. It was fairly quick and easy to put up. We laid out the run on the ground in the correct shape. Once that was done it was quickly assembled. Took a couple of hours. Easy to attach to the cube run and the girls are now safe and sound when I am not around to keep an eye on them. Blends very well into the garden. Nice and sturdy. Pricey but worth it I think. Will extend it further when finances can stretch to it! Luxury for precious hens!


Very sturdy, well made -

Quite easy to assemble once you get the hang of it and figure out the clips. Blends in well with the rest of the garden. Easy to make small adaptations to so it fits in with the area available - we fitted some of the skirt partly under the sides so it would fit better next to an existing fence. Found a standard tarpaulin from Wickes that provided a cheap solution to covering a good section of the run, easily attached with zip ties. Also used the green coated chicken wire from Wickes to provide an extra barrier around the bottom section and attached it with spare clips that were left over. We fitted a board edge around the skirt, screwed through into the deck below that has kept the base well secured down.


Wish we'd had this sooner -

Fantastic. It is worth the money for peace of mind alone. It blends into the garden well, the chickens are happy, life is easier, chickens are safe - what more could you want?


Excellent ,plenty of room -

Bigger run for our four ducks ,instructions could be more detailed as we put a panel on the wrong way round ,thankfully discovered error before we got too far. So much more room as the Eglu Classic attached nicely to the outside with the conversion kit. Although quite expensive is very secure,very happy with purchase


Brilliant extension to the Eglu! -

I bought the walk in run to add to the exising Eglu. We have ducks and, obviously they were out a lot but urban foxes meant we had to be with them when they were. Our original beloved ducks have finally succumbed to old age and the email telling us about this new extension decided us that we should incubate some more eggs. We now have four lovely Cayuga ducklings with a run and Eglu awaiting them. Building the extension was easy and straightforward, quality excellent as you would exoect from Omlet. Highly recommended product.

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