Reviews for The Chicken Swing

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Stupid people - Ged,

I haven't bought the swing yet but I can't help but laugh at these people's reviews. Giving less than 5 stars because their chickens haven't used the product is like down grading a dog toy because the dog isn't interested in the toy


Chicken Olympics - Margaret,

I bought the Omlet swing as something that I thought the chickens would have fun with, they do but not as a swing - they think it is a hurdle! We have lowered the height but they still jump over and not on!


- Shona,

Loved by chickens. - Geoffrey,

Two often try and get on at same time.


Eggs-cellent value for money - Patricia,

I do not know who was most eggs-cited when I brought this item....me or my 3 girls. Can not fault this item in any way. Love it


Great Talking Point - Lynn, Cornwall,

I received this item free as part of my order. It's a real talking point but I'm not sure the girls have quite grasped what they are supposed to do! Maybe they only perform when they haven't got an audience! I can't wait to see one of them swinging away!


Chicken Swing - Anneedwards,

Purchased this as a boredom beater for my girls. Had it a while now but not actually caught any using it. With the awful weather we've had they spend a lot of time under cover. Hopefully with summer approaching may be able to tempt them.


The Chicken Swing - Linda,

What an amazing idea. We have got very happy chickens, all trying to get on the swing at once, I will send photo's as soon as poss.


Well made, but yet to spot anyone using it - Anna,

I am impressed by the quality of the product, but I would expect this given the price. While I haven't seen any of my girls on it, there has definitely been some muddy feet on it though. I am going to raise it up a bit more at the weekend.


My chicks love it. - Hazel, Berkshire,

i bought this for my Big Girls, but I rushed trying to get them to use it. I knew that chicks would love it though. From the moment that twe started to put the chicks outside for short periods (about 2 weeks old), the swing was there, just a centimetre off the ground. The chicks ignored it, they jumped over it, jumped on it, and they barged into it a lot. This was great, they weren't fazed at all by it swinging. After a couple of days, one of them tried sitting on it. As soon as that happened, they all wasnted to have a go. As the chicks grew, we raised the swing. When they were very small we'd have a line of them sitting on it. My chicks are now between 5 weeks old and 7 weeks old. Now they are bigger they tend to take it in turns, although I occasionally see 2 of them on there together. It's really well made. At first, I thought it would be just as easy to make something myself with a couple o fbits of rope and a broomhandle. However, it isn't that simple. This is really well thought out, so although it swings when the chook leaps off, it doesn't twist round on itself. It's easy to adjust, and the perch bit is well shaped and sized. Whgen we introduce our chicks to the Big Girls latger in the year, the swings are going with them - and I bet the Big Girls learn how to use them. It's so popular that I've had to buy a second one.