A 12ft long enclosed run to fit the side of our Handy 10 or 15 Henhouses.
A robust square section run made in long panels, it is wired in strong ½ x 1 inch galvanised weldmesh (green plastic-coated) on pressure-treated timber framing.
It has a pop-hole at the end for access and for you to allow the hens out if you wish. It meets the hen house pop-hole (it sits neatly under the ventilation louvres) and it has a side door for you to reach the pop-hole of the house.
Please note - the area you would need to be able to place the house and run together, it needs to be on fairly level ground if possible. When assembled it makes a very long unit together with the hen house (up to approx 18ft). Run size is approx 3ft high x 3ft wide and 12ft long.
12ft Run for Handy 10 Henhouse - 371cm long x 79cm wide x 76cm high.
12ft Run for Handy 15 Henhouse - 371cm long x 89cm wide x 80cm high.
The run is made in panels for you to screw together, full instructions included, cordless screwdriver advised.
This run is a solid and secure fox-proof run made of 18 gauge, half-inch by one-inch, green plastic-coated galvanised (Italian-made) weldmesh onto a 38 x 38mm pressure-treated timber framework.
Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. Delivered flatpacked for self-assembly.
If ordered with the Handy House then it will arrive in panels on the pallet at no extra delivery charge. If ordered separately it will arrive, in panels, via a courier and the delivery charge will depend on your postcode as you go through the checkout.
They spare no effort in being as helpful as possible, very conscientious company.. Thank you! Can't fault it.
Thank you Lynda, glad it all worked in the end.
Good service but not happy with latest order. The run itself is fine, although the wrong sized pieces of wood were sent and no attachment to the coop. The run is not made to fit the Handy Hen House. I understood that it would have been adapted to fit around the pop hole, but it isn't. We have had to alter it to improve the fit but even now, the vent in the house makes it impossible, without totally dismantling the whole thing, to fit flush against the house. So currently, I have had to leave my poor new rescue hens vulnerable during the day, with a gap between the run and house that a fox could get in without too much effort, because I have nowhere else to put them. I am very annoyed and wish I hadn't bought this house and run.
This is a puzzle Lynda and we will sort it out - the run should be for the Handy 15 and fit snugly against the house, you shouldn't have to make any changes, I think there must be something wrong if it isn't fitting. We will call shortly.
They are helpful and offer a comprehensive range. Some screws were missing.