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Where are Overez chicken coops made?

Crafted in two USA based locations, our Amish carpenters in Lancaster County, PA and our Amish-trained carpenters in Georgia lovingly make every coop for our customers across the country.

Should I build my chicken coop in the sun or shade?

The reason most chicken coops should be built in the shade, if possible, is because chickens tend to really struggle with the heat. A cool coop in the summer is, in most cases, more important than a warm coop in the winter.

Should chicken coops be raised off the ground?

Not all chicken coops need to be off the ground, but there are many benefits to having an elevated coop, including the prevention of high moisture in the coop (particularly in areas with run-off or flooding), protection from burrowing predators and rodents, extension of the size of the run, and shelter in the run from …

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Should I put a tarp over my chicken coop?

Heavy Duty Tarps can play a vital role in maintaining a good environment for your chickens to roost year round. Chickens enjoy an “open air” fenced setting during warm seasons since this provides optimal air flow and ventilation to prevent the chicken coop from getting too hot in the summer.

Who owns over easy chicken coops?

This promotional photo submitted by OverEZ Chicken Coop owner and CEO Chet Beiler shows one of the company’s coops, which are sold in ready-to-assemble kits.

What is the best floor for a chicken coop?

Concrete Concrete is the best floor option for a chicken coop. It is safe and prevents burrowing predators from getting into the coop. After installing the concrete, it is also low maintenance and easy to clean.

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Does a chicken coop need to be on grass?

It is ok though if they peck grass themselves but it isn’t a necessity. Over the years we’ve seen that nearly every chicken we’ve had is completely fine with no flooring at all but it is recommended as having no flooring will make your coop very muddy and messy.

Can chickens stay in the run all day?

So yes, chickens can stay inside their coop all day as long as they have everything they need for the entire day, including light. If your coop does not have windows you can put in lights and a timer, but that often requires running electric and many people don’t want to do that outside.

How do you winterize a chicken coop and run?

Check the coop for cracks and repair any holes to prevent drafts. Add extra shavings for insulation, and clean out regularly. Provide heat and lighting when necessary. Offer a nutritious diet higher in fat. Clear out snow when necessary. Lock chickens up at night.

What do you put in a chicken coop in the winter?

Freezing cold air drafts will quickly chill the chickens inside. Plywood can be used to easily patch holes. Or, use a tarp, durable plastic sheeting, or Tyvek material to wrap the coop. A proper chicken coop should already have a waterproof roof, but if not, seal that up too!

How many nesting boxes does a chicken need?

A good rule of thumb is a ratio of one nesting box for every four chickens. Constructing boxes from found materials can save on costs and give character to the backyard coop. Boxes need not be square, but should be roomy enough to contain a laying hen, yet small enough to feel secure.

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Did over EZ chicken coop get a deal on Shark Tank?

This left Kevin as the only shark with an offer on the table. Chet briefly agreed to Kevin’s offer and kept trying to pull Robert into the deal too. Because he wasn’t taking the deal seriously, Kevin dropped out. OverEZ Chicken Coops walked away without a deal.

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Can chickens roost on 2×4?

The most common perches I see are either 2×2’s or 2×4’s sanded to remove sharp corners on the top and unpainted. And yes chicken can and do grasp a roost, they are not naturally flat footed. They actually prefer roosting in trees!

Should I put straw in my Chicken Run?

Moisture created from respiration and droppings dampen the surface of straw, which fosters the growth of molds, fungi and bacteria that cause respiratory illness and diseases such as Aspergillosis in chickens. Not only does straw not perform well to keep a coop dry, it actually complicates waste management.

How do you keep a chicken run from smelling?

Water and moisture are not your friend. Install a box fan to keep air circulating. Use fresh herbs and rose petals if you have them, in the nesting boxes and in the sleeping areas. Every few days or once a week, clean out any bedding that is soiled or damp.

How often should you let chickens out of coop?

How long is too long? First things first, chickens should only be left alone for a maximum of three to four days at the very most.

Why do chickens squat when you pet them?

Mating Signal Because this behavior is a submissive signal, some younger hens might also squat in front of chickens that are higher up in your flock’s pecking order. They may even squat down when you pet them because of how strong their instinct is.

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What does it mean when a chicken follows you?

Chickens can follow you when they are hungry. This is the case, especially if you are their caretaker. They will rush towards you, hoping to find something to eat. Your birds will chase you around while eagerly waiting for you to provide them with their favorite snacks and water.

Do chickens poop where they lay eggs?

When the process is complete, the shell gland at the bottom end of the oviduct pushes the egg into the cloaca, a chamber just inside the vent where the reproductive and excretory tracts meet — which means, yes, a chicken lays eggs and poops out of the same opening.

How far should a chicken coop be from your house?

While many communities don’t address chicken housing, those that do have widely varying requirements. Typically such laws will specify that chickens must be housed some distance from residences, as few as 10 feet or as many as 150 feet.

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Written by: Sweeny Jane
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proud mom of Baby, and i am an animal lover as I have at home a cat, a dog, a fish tank, birds… This diversity makes me special because I provide many answers to your questions that increase your knowledge about your pets friends. I have 7 years of experience working with pets. i hope you enjoy our tips.

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