A free range run for chickens does not only give your chickens plenty of space, but also fresh air and a lot of fun when they can play in the grass or sand. The chickens can cackle happily in a free range chicken coop, move freely and are nevertheless well protected.
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Free range runs
In the online shop of JoyPet.eu you will find free range chicken coops for chickens in various shapes and sizes as well as different materials. For example, we habe free-range enclosures for chickens in the form of bars and fences. These are flexible and easy to set up. Another type of free range chicken coops for chickens are free range runs made of a combination of wooden frame and a grid. These free range chicken coops for chickens are partially roofed and very stable. A big advantage of this outdoor enclosure is that you can attach it directly to the henhouse. So you can easily expand your chicken house with an outdoor run.
In order to protect your chickens from rain or sun in a free range enclosure, you can also buy various sun-covers for free range run for chickens in our online shop.
Any questions about our free range chicken coops for chickens? Our customer service team is happy to help you!
Free range runs for happy chickens
You chose one of our free range chicken coops for chickens?
You should still give chickens as much enjoyment and fun as possible
Pay attention to some things when setting up and caring for the free range enclosure for chickens. p>
Do not set up the free range chicken coop for chickens until the first days with sunshine come.
Choose a warm day and make sure that the soil is dry and has a pleasant temperature.
A warm day is great for the chickens in their free-range run
to have hours of happy exercise. Watch out for sunny days.
You can protect your pets against the sun with our sun-covers.
On warmer days, it's also important that your chickens can drink enough.
Place some water in the free-range enclosure for your chickens.
A lot of space is not enough for your chickens. They need a place where they can retreat as well, like
a nest box or chicken house.
Finally, make sure that there are no plants in the free range run for chickens
that could be poisonous to your favorite birds.