The Long-Legged Hobby Hen House
The Hobby Henhouse is a very popular starter chicken house and here we have added some height by giving it 18 inch (45cm) long legs. This will provide shelter and shade for the hens as well as somewhere to place the feeder to keep it dry.
Delivered assembled (cannot be flatpacked). Please see Delivery tab below for expected delivery timescales ...READ MORE
As with the 'shorter' Hobby Henhouse, it will take up to 6 medium-size laying hens on removable perches and has an internal nest tray.
Perfect too for up to 7 or 8 bantams, including a bantam cockerel. Larger cockerels would not be quite so happy as the headroom inside is limited, therefore we would only advise smaller or bantam cockerels.
With the longer legs it means less bending down so cleaning is easier to do. The pop hole door folds down on to the long ladder and doubles a little ramp, the back door lifts out to allow easy access for cleaning and egg collecting. Both the nest tray and perches can be removed for cleaning.
The Hobby Henhouse arrives ready assembled (it cannot be flatpacked).
For more daytime security or control, a 6ft or 9ft long Run is also available. If you buy the house and run together - select above - you can save up to £20!
The Hobby House is VSD Auto Door Opener compatible and we offer a kit for this, see the link below, we will fit the VSD Door Kit for you if ordered with the hen house.
Max. external dimensions: 104cm wide x 140cm deep (180cm with the ladder in place) x 151cm high; internal house:- 96cm W x 80cm D x 94cm H max. Pop-hole size: 25cm wide x 30cm high.
Currently approx 2 weeks delivery. Delivered ready assembled, just screw the handles back on but please note size of house if access may be a problem. If a Run is included this will arrive in panels for self-assembly.
The Hobby Henhouse is delivered ready assembled on a pallet via Palletline Transport Company (see the Delivery Page for more information).
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