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Precision Pet Products Walk-In Annex II Chicken Coop, 8 Chickens

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This Precision Pet Products Walk-In Annex II Chicken Coop features an extra-tall cleaning drawer.

Specification Description
Recommended Number of Chickens: 8 Chickens
Wheels Included: No
Warranty: 1 Year Limited
Brand: Precision Pet Products
Product Weight: 145 lb.
Wall Material: Pine
Product Height: 72 in.
Product Type: Chicken Coops
Product Length: 75-7/8 in.
Product Width: 46-5/16 in.
Roof Material: Asphalt
Manufacturer Part Number 40085D
Precision Pet Products Walk-In Annex II Chicken Coop, 8 Chickens is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy chickens Going on the second year now and we had a bad winter. I’ve had to fix the door where I get eggs out cause the cold changed the shape of the door. One small wood door slider fell off, but that is it. The rest of the house is very sound and protects are chickens from critters. The extra doors are a great feature cause we added more space for them.
Date published: 2018-06-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Purchased a little over a month ago - sunk some pressure treated footers, put it up perfectly level. It was easy to assemble, but I noticed a few "braces" that sandwich the wire were separating. Wherever this was occurring, I drilled a hole through and dropped a bolt in, tightening the braces back together. Fast forward a month later, and the same issue is occurring inside of the coop. The horizontal boards are popping in and out, away or towards the thin supports on the inside. The cheap, pre-installed screws have been just falling out of the supports.The coop is slowly collapsing, making it extremely difficult to open or close any of the doors. I've dropped a few more bolts in to tighten it up, but I'll need to cut some real lumber and make braces if I want this to last. I knew it was just a starter coop, but I was expecting a lot better than this.
Date published: 2018-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Could have done better I bought this at Easter with 6 chicks and 2 ducks. The salesperson said that it could comfortably house 9 chickens because there are three laying boxes inside and that 3 chickens use the same laying box. I don't know much about chickens but I know that we are not happy with this coop. It IS cute. I love the colors... I will give it that, but there are some features the manufacturer could have done MUCH better on. The ladder comes all the way down to the bottom edge of the pen, so NONE of them use the steps to get out because they face plant into the fencing. The ducks certainly cannot get in and out on their own, we have to lift them. Then the bottom of the coop itself is so cheep that it fell out one night while the birds were all inside. Those poor babies were so distressed. My husband had to build braces to hold up the laying boxes while our 5 year old daughter sat beside and held those poor distraught ducks. They are Peekings by the way so they aren't very big. Anyway, we are not happy with how easily the wooden frame has chipped and split. The cleaning tray won't slide in or out because the bottom is falling in it as well and the poor birds have no room to play. It hasn't even been two months. We really love our chicks and those ducks, but this coop could have been much better quality for what we paid. We are in the process of building our own and can't wait to get rid of this one. Looking forward to our feather-babies being safe.
Date published: 2018-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Coop for 4 Chickens We like the design of this coop, with doors everywhere you might need them and double latches. It has a window and a vent. It was easy to put together and we sprayed Thompson’s Water Seal on all stained surfaces, caulked all crevices w silicone, added a base board to the bare ladder for stability of the chickens, and built a base of treated 2x6s on which to set the coop. Now building a run to attach for when they can’t roam the yard. They do need more space as they get larger. We are housing 2 RIRs and 2 BRs all 6 weeks old.
Date published: 2018-05-12
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What tools will be needed to assemble?

Asked by: AliceT
You will need a Phillips Screwdriver.
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-02-25

Whay size is the box the coop comes in?

Asked by: WJMS
75.9" L x 46.29" W x 9.84"H
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-22

What are the dimensions of just the coop? 

Asked by: Britni
75.9" L x 46.29" w x 9.84" h
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-12

What are the dimensions of the built coop. Not the box dimensions. 

Asked by: SeanAndrew86
The overall dims of the unit are 78" long x 45.5" wide x 72" high.
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-05-26

How is the ventilation with this coop? Good for cold weather climates in Maine? Wont have condensation problems? How about quality? Would I run into a nightmare of issues like other coops I have read reviews on?

Asked by: larisha
There is rear ventilation inside the roosting area with this coop. Definitely best to keep away from snow accumulation. Adding additional stain/weather protection to the coop beneficial in more extreme weather climates. Not sure where condensation would come from, cannot comment. Nor can we comment on issues about other coops that have been used.
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-22

How can you install a heat lamp for this coop? There are no holes for cord or anywhere to clamp the heat lamp. Did builder forget a heat lamp usually has to be used for young chicks.

Asked by: Jhugh
The manufacturer does not recommend using Heat Lamps because of potential fire hazard.
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-29

Can you tell me the exact dimensions of the largest door? And the height of the run at the tallest point?

Asked by: Jill3
The only measurement we were able to obtain is the width of the door which is 19.6". I believe you may be inquiring about the foraging area which would be the same height as the coop which is 72". The section under the nesting area would be 23.5".
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-22

How large is inside coop area without the nesting boxes? Can the nesting boxes be closed off?

Asked by: Aaaasa
Without the nesting box it would be approximately 20.25" x 38". There is a door underneath the nesting box which flips up and closes allowing the area to be contained.
Answered by: Petmate Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-25
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