Yes, we can colour code our chicken coops. However, we might ask you to supply us with the colour codes.
Yes, thankfully, we are, although limitations and restrictions usually alter from municipality to municipality. For example, at the time of writing, you may have up to ten hens in Johannesburg and only five in Cape
If you tap or click on the 'Keeping Chicken 101' on any chicken coop product page, it will take you to our second website, www.chickencoops.co.za. This website displays some of our chicken coops at the
I see that you ship to major metros. What exactly does assembly entail? I’m not overly handy in terms of DIY. Will I be able to put one of the chicken coops together myself?Uli2021-11-07T14:34:16+02:00
Most of our chicken coop customers are quinquagenarian women who don’t want to be bothered with drilling, sawing, hammering, and the like or hiring somebody to assemble the coop for the hens to move in.
Fortunately not. The ideal situation is to provide one nesting compartment for every three hens. It is not uncommon to observe one nest shared by up to three hens. They are not all laying their
Yes! This issue is of high importance for us. Chicken coops are not cheap and need not only to survive the harsh winter weather conditions in the Cape, but the coops still need to look
No. Even galvanised chicken mesh will eventually rust, become brittle and fall apart. Not only does it look unsightly, but it can become a danger for chickens and children alike. GardenStuff uses a robust plastic