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Solway recycled plastic chicken coops from £190.00 delivered @ solway recycling

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£190.00 @ Solway Recycling
Purchased mine on Friday and it arrived today so well within 3 working days. Contact Solway Recycling You can contact Solway Recycling Ltd using the contact form below; alternatively you can tel…
Purchased mine on Friday and it arrived today so well within 3 working days. Contact Solway Recycling You can contact Solway Recycling Ltd using the contact form below; alternatively you can tel…
POWYSWALES Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago28 Comments
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JohnOFarrell
Adam2050
Overpriced if you ask me, buy a cheap shed treat it with creosote won't suffer with many of them. Don't use straw or use a wood based bedding on the floor it harbours them. Use some ash from the fire if you can or know someone can save you some you will never have problems with them as they can't breathe in it and make sure your chucks can bathe. I have a setup where one part of there run is always covered and dug over so they can dust bath in there anytime they wish.
These things are great for avoiding giving places for mites to naturally lay eggs but there still way over priced for how much they hold. I bought a shed for £20 second hand treated it for a £10 and use the above advice my chickens may get the odd mite in hot dry periods but they don't last long and easily are treatable.
Use Diatomaceous Earth instead of the store bought stuff most of it contains crappy chemicals that are over priced and under perform. You can also use the earth in your feed mix to get rid of any parasites within your chucks too.
​Hell of a lot easier to wash a plastic coop though. We kept ours in a wooden shed but next time would go for something plastic.

Clean what? poop gets nicely dried out by the ash I use, any other bits of poop in boxes (use ash there too) you dry brush off? Plastic coup you could jet wash without risk of leaving it wet, but why are you clearing your box that analy it's a chicken coup, they walk in there own ****, scratch soil and eat bugs and worms. As long as your chucks clean themselves it's all good. Chickens are clever and resilient, people complain chickens die all the time for no reason. Just isn't the case.
sul
are you affiliated with this company? you posted the exact same deal 5 months ago for the same price so clearly not a deal.


Give the chap a break, have you seen the pictures of his setup - he's just a very keen enthusiast. :)

2 weeks till the Chinese year of the Rooster so very topical

Edited By: villageidiotdan on Jan 18, 2017 22:32: Mis spelling
are you affiliated with this company? you posted the exact same deal 5 months ago for the same price so clearly not a deal.
Adam2050
Overpriced if you ask me, buy a cheap shed treat it with creosote won't suffer with many of them. Don't use straw or use a wood based bedding on the floor it harbours them. Use some ash from the fire if you can or know someone can save you some you will never have problems with them as they can't breathe in it and make sure your chucks can bathe. I have a setup where one part of there run is always covered and dug over so they can dust bath in there anytime they wish.

These things are great for avoiding giving places for mites to naturally lay eggs but there still way over priced for how much they hold. I bought a shed for £20 second hand treated it for a £10 and use the above advice my chickens may get the odd mite in hot dry periods but they don't last long and easily are treatable.

Use Diatomaceous Earth instead of the store bought stuff most of it contains crappy chemicals that are over priced and under perform. You can also use the earth in your feed mix to get rid of any parasites within your chucks too.


​Hell of a lot easier to wash a plastic coop though. We kept ours in a wooden shed but next time would go for something plastic.
Also includes free rat infestation
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SOLWAY RECYCLED PLASTIC CHICKEN COOP £190.00 DELIVERED @ Solway Recycling

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£190.00 @ Solway Recycling
Great price for a plastic hen house. Purchased one last week and it arrived within 3 working days. Great customer service as they ring you about your order and to confirm delivery which is by pallet a…
Great price for a plastic hen house. Purchased one last week and it arrived within 3 working days. Great customer service as they ring you about your order and to confirm delivery which is by pallet a…
POWYSWALES Avatar6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago40 Comments
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you may have found a good deal in your opinion but its not really a deal is it. its just the normal price they sell for
[quote=POWYSWALES]This is my chickens enjoying free ranging. They thank me every day with fresh eggs. The best part about free ranging is they find a lot of there own feed so cost less to feed. There poop also fertilisers the grass. I think every home should have a couple of chickens.

Love the pic's..especially the one with the two chairs so that you can sit and watch ones land. Beautifully rural and countrified luv it. So close to the road too .. so cool.

Edited By: kinell on Aug 01, 2016 21:37
POWYSWALES
This is my chickens enjoying free ranging. They thank me every day with fresh eggs. The best part about free ranging is they find a lot of there own feed so cost less to feed. There poop also fertilisers the grass. I think every home should have a couple of chickens. http://i1043.photobucket.com/albums/b431/powysrider/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20160711_151847_zps7muublig.jpg
When I can not free range them when at work etc they have a 28 ft run to keep them safe.http://i1043.photobucket.com/albums/b431/powysrider/Mobile%20Uploads/20160726_171221_zpsid6ttqyb.jpg
Grass that long needs fertilizing??
BenderRodriguez
I buy a dozen every two weeks from a local farmer. Organic, free range, £3 per dozen.
That makes it £234 over 3 years. I doubt it would cover a shed, fence, chickens, food for 3 years, any medication and whatever else is required. And I'd end up with a noisy and stinky garden covered in s**t that can't be used for anything else.
What a great plan, I think I'll stick to growing fruit and veggies.
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You don't eat many eggs! We go through 6 a day (a least).
Flora82
jaydeeuk1
Wish I could have chickens, new house we moving to has covenant for another 70 years or so preventing keeping of birds (also says no conservatives or sheds but doesn't seem to have stopped the neighbours). Don't know what would happen if we were to break it, chickens taken in to foster homes?

​No conservatives. Sounds blissful.
Haha wish I could blame it on spell check.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Aug 01, 2016 11:08
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