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Innovation Pet Classic Red Barn, 15-18 Chicken Coop

SKU: 124667199
Innovation Pet Classic Red Barn, 15-18 Chicken Coop
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The Innovation Pet Classic Red Barn has an external nesting box and includes a ramp and roosting bar. This classic coop design provides ample foraging space.

  • Pullout tray for easy cleaning
  • Enclosed area for chickens to sleep at night
  • Solid wood construction with durable wire and sturdy hinges and latches
  • For up to 18 chickens
  • Assembled outside dimensions (including nesting box): 129.3 in. x 62.2 in. x 61.6 in.

Specification Description
Product Length: 129-5/16 in.
Wall Material: Wood/Wire
Pen Width: 62-3/16 in.
Product Width: 62-3/16 in.
Product Weight: 269 lb.
Wheels Included: No
Pen Length: 129-5/16 in.
Pen Height: 61-5/8 in.
Product Height: 61-1/2 in.
Warranty: 90 Days
Pen Included: Yes
Roof Material: Asphalt
Brand: Innovation Pet
Manufacturer Part Number 220-62
Innovation Pet Classic Red Barn, 15-18 Chicken Coop is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very poor quality For the price paid, this coop is a piece of junk. Material is extremely thin. It will not hold up over time. My coop arrived with several pieces of missing hardware (latches were installed but fell off and were just loose in box, would have required me to replace several parts). The roof to the nesting box was split down the middle and only held together by the tar roof. There were cracks in several pieces of wood. All in all, I opted to return this and spend my money to have a local handyman build me a coop.
Date published: 2019-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Using in garage Short of some screws not that big a deal but one of the prefrabricated walls was not flush which caused some frustration getting everything thing aligned. The screen is good and small prevents our chickens from scratching the shavings out wasting them. The quality not as good as our other coop but cost per square foot is less
Date published: 2019-08-09
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How many nesting "cubbies" are in the nesting box? And are there any perches in the coop?

Asked by: kdear
The coop has one nesting box with 3 nesting spaces, and there are 2 roosting bars.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2020-02-06

Are there more photos of coop? How many windows/doors for ventilation? 

Asked by: Nicolelynne106
There is a door to the enclosed coop and a door into the pen area. There is not a vented window.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2020-02-06

What is the roof made of? What is "durable wire"? Strong enough for coyote attacks?

Asked by: froglips
The roof is asphalt. The wire gauge is .75mm. It is galvanized after welding. 21 gauge. It is not predator-proof. If predators are a problem in your area, you will want to provide additional protection. These coops are well constructed, but it is not predator-proof from a hungry animal. Some suggest putting additional fencing around the coop, keeping the coop close to the home as human noise is a detractor or adding a motion sensing light near the coop.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-08-07
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