A And L Furniture Co A & L Furniture Henny Penny Super Coop with Yard Kit Stoltzfus Bei...
Dimensions: 10L x 4W x 7H ft. Amish Made in USAChicken capacity: up to 15 chickens40-year-life black shingles. Constructed with fungal decay and termite resistant LP SmartsideCoop arrives fully assembled Elevated coop tower creates cool shade5 easy-to-clean nesting boxes with cleanout tray Three 14 x 22-inch vertical slider windows Includes easily assembled yard kit Engineered wood construction Built-in chicken door and ramp Made in the USA. A smart value, the A & L Henny Penny Super Coop with Yard Kit includes everything you need to create a healthy habitat for your chickens. From the fully assembled coop to the easily added yard kit, you'll have a great space for your chickens in no time. Sturdy wood construction in a wide range of colors ensures your coop will coordinate with your outdoor area. Inside, the coop features 5 easy-to-clean nesting boxes with trays. Open space allows simply maintenance for you and plenty of space for your chickens. Outside, the coop tower creates shade for your chickens while they're outside. This coop can house up to 15 chickens! Proudly made in the USA. Constructed with LP SmartSide products. SmartSide engineered wood products are made with Treated Wood Strand Technology so your structure will provide years of beautiful service. All LP SmartSide products are treated with the SmartGuard process to resist fungal decal and termites in harsh environments. The rich cedar grain texture gives your outdoor structure an attractive custom-built look. Color: Lancaster Green. see more...
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