Chicken Coops, chicken tractors
- 5x6 Coop
- 6x10 Coop
- 10x12 Coop
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This machine makes the absolute best and smoothest and creamiest ice cream! The recipe in the included booklet is THE one to use!
We originally bought one for ourselves and two subsequently for gifts to family members. Everyone really loves the ice cream! And we love the battery power. The churn can go anywhere in the yard or the house and it will be ready in 20-25 minutes. I like being able to add fruit toward the end of the cycle.
Hi JG, I am glad to hear you are enjoying the battery powered ice cream maker. The 'Go Anywhere' option is really handy. We used the battery powered version ourselves this past weekend. The ice cream got so hard, that it came out in one chunk when we pulled the dasher out! Have fun making your own special flavors of ice cream!.
Very pleased with feeder. This is my second one. Less waste and easy to fill.
Hi Donna, Thanks for the review. A fed chicken is a happy chicken.
The 10x12 Alumi-Coop is perfect for my flock. Mine arrived slightly damaged from the loading and unloading during shipping. Wendell was quick to respond, and I got the replacement parts right away.
The coop set-up was straight forward and easy enough. I did it alone, but I would recommend 2 people. A couple of the steps were a little tedious all by myself but would have been a breeze with a partner.
My chickens love it. They get all excited when they see me reach for the handle now, because they know new grass is coming.
They aren't laying yet, so I can't speak to the nesting box, but it looks like it will work very well.
The waterer with the cups is working great. Best waterer I've ever had for my chickens, and I've had a few. This one stays clean, and just exposes enough water for them to get a drink, the rest stays closed off and is bug and algae free.
The feeder, I may still need to play with. My chickens aren't grown enough for me to mount in on the outside, so I mounted it on the inside, and they are making a mess of it. I probably just need to adjust how much comes out, the hopper opening is adjustable.
Moving it is easy for me, but I'm a big guy. My wife, who is petite, found it too hard to move. Same with my 8-year-old son. I think it's a very well-designed mechanism to lower the wheels and lift the front. I don't mind moving it at all.
Last year, my whole flock got killed one night as a pack of stray dogs found a weak spot in my home-made coop/run set-up. This Alumi-coop is essentially Fort Knox. I don't think there are weak spots, everything is made of strong metal for the walls and thick tarp for the cover. Digging would be a dog's only option, and I don't think there is a good solution to that, considering the coop is mobile.
Hi Justin, thanks for letting us know how things went. I like hearing your first hand experience of setting up the coop. Sounds like you are enjoying the part of being able to give your chickens new grass. It is fun to see the chickens 'dive' into the new grass and be the first to catch the bugs. Have fun raising your hens.
Aluma coop was easy to assemble and works perfect in the field. Excellent product.
Hello Darrell, thanks for sharing the note!
We have 20 chickens we raised in this coop and live in Georgia. I found this to work extremely well. We actually bought the igloo or something like that thinking we would use that as well just in case the alumi coop was too small. I am not a fan of the other product is built well and maybe for a small yard that would work but it isn't as easy as this coop. I can move it around a lot easier with the big wheels. I have hte 6 x 10 I wanted to be able to add more chickens in the future just in case we raised them. Very sturdy, like how the sun gets inside but also well shaded for them in other areas. I move it daily because I don't want them tearing up the grass. I am reseraching what else I can raise in this thing. I have had a barn for chickens, a tractor, and the igloo. This is the best. Looking at doing quail or some other bird in this. I want to do rabbits but i think i would have to put wire mesh on the bottom to raise them in here or something.
Hi Darrell, Thanks for letting us know about your experience with the Alumi-coop. We are always looking to better understand how to meet our customer's needs. Your feedback is very helpful for us and others interested in raising their own flock. Have fun raising your flock!