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Innovation Pet Chicken Homestead Coop, 222-87

SKU: 133969599
Innovation Pet Chicken Homestead Coop, 222-87
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2221 old 421 south
boone, NC 28607
(828) 264-9999
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2221 old 421 south
boone, NC 28607
(828) 264-9999
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Innovation Pet Homestead Coop is the perfect coop for up to 8 chickens. The asphalt roof is weather resistant and provides additional protection from the rain and sun. The nesting box has dividers to make up 3 nesting bays. There are 2 internal roosting bars and 1 external bar. There is a pull out tray for easy cleaning. The walk-in door is split for easy access to chickens and the pen. There is a free-range door that allows the chickens out during the day and latches closed when they return for the night. Also included is the ramp up to the enclosed coop area. Outside assembled dimensions 84" x 41.7" x 53".

  • Asphalt roof
  • Lockable 3-bay nesting box
  • 3 Roosting bars
  • Ramp included
  • Free-range door

Specification Description
Roof Style: Peak
Product Weight: 127.9
Product Height: 53 in.
Number of Levels/Stories: 2
CountryofOrigin: Imported
Number of Nesting Areas: 3
Product Length: 84 in.
Nesting Area Length: 34.4 in.
Compatibility: N/A
Warranty: 30 Day Limited Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
Foraging or Run Area Length: 76.8 in.
Recommended Number of Animals: Up to 8 chickens
Product Width: 41.7
Frame Material: Wood
Door Width: Front Hutch Door 15.9 in.W
Foraging or Run Area Width: 36.4 in.
Door Height: Front Hutch Door 20.5 in.H
Number of Doors/Openings: 6 Doors
Location of Doors: Front, Side
Wall Material: Wood and wire
Finish: Stain
Number of Roosting Bars: 3
Nesting Area Width: 36.4 in.
Roof Material: Asphalt
Part Number: 222-87
Brand: Innovation Pet
Manufacturer Part Number 222-87
Innovation Pet Chicken Homestead Coop, 222-87 is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1677.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nie coup went together well. Fitment was good. Only needs better attachment of laying seperators. Easy fix
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bunny Bungalow This was simple to assemble and it looks great! We added a treated wood frame to the bottom since it sits on the ground and will be out in all types of Michigan weather. Our bunnies love the amount of room they have and they will have plenty of growing room too.
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for the poultry starter pack... For a starter coop its a good choice, but the thin pine board construction does not add up to long term durability. Plus, the coop area would struggle to hold 8 normal size chickens, 5 is more realistic after they are full grown.
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Home sweet home Chickens love it especially with the window having a screen keeps it cool
Date published: 2019-08-02
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Is this coop good for ducks? I have two ducks and want to build a coop, but if this works...

Asked by: Wiizel
The ramp is fairly steep and typically ducks are not inclined to climb up a ramp.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-05-02

Is this recommended to be placed on grass or soil? Are there anchors?

Asked by: PeachyKeens
This can be placed on grass or soil. The most important thing is that the ground is perfectly level. Anchors are not included. If you live in a area with high winds, you will want to provide addtional protection.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-03-05

Can you install this on a hill? And if so how? One answer said it must be perfectly level so I'm concerned as we live on a hill.

Asked by: Maverick112
This coop must be assembled on perfectly level ground.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-03-19

What product is recommended for wood protection against uv rays and basic weather elements rain light snow etc.  I do not live in a extreme environment  area.  I called thompsons  and they said they do not recommend their products for painted wood. 

Asked by: CoopNC
You could either use a clear polyurethane or paint the wood. Then maintain as you would any other outdoor wood furniture in your climate.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-04-12

Should this be placed on blocks or anything to keep it it off the ground.

Asked by: RickyPJr
It can be built on the ground. Some customers prefer to keep it off the ground and build it that way.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-06-14

Where is the best spot to make a hole to run an extension cord for a heat lamp?  I live in Michigan and don’t want to freeze my chickie girls. 

Asked by: Jill Nichols
We do not recommend using a heat lamp due to the high risk of fire.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-05-06

Does this have pilot holes and does it come with screws?

Asked by: Karen1212
There are pre-drilled holes. Yes, it comes with the necessary hardware.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-03-12

I just purchased the coop and I would like to put an automatic door opener on it. Any recommendations???

Asked by: Laura Nelson
Unfortunately, we do not manufacture automatic doors. I would contact the manufacturer of that product and ask for recommendations and requirements.
Answered by: IPP Expert
Date published: 2019-03-30
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