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BUY THE BEST RANGE OF CHICKEN RUNS, CHICKEN HOUSES, BACKYARD CHICKEN COOPS, CHICKEN PENS & CHOOK IN AUSTRALIA.

You can purchase chicken coops from Ozpetsupply to fit your needs as a hobby chicken keeper. Easy to clean with a slide-out dropping tray and smooth hygienic surfaces, our chicken coops are quick and easy to maintain. Up to six large chickens and ten small chickens can be accommodated in our chicken coops. As in all Ozpetsupply coops, the heavy-duty run ensures your chickens' safety and happiness. Get it delivered to your doorstep now. Our delivery service is available throughout Australia. It's easy to order from us since we offer free delivery and fast service. Find a chicken coop that fits your backyard needs from our range of premium chicken coops.

Features to look for in chicken Houses, Coops, Runs, Pens, and Hutches:

  1. You should only purchase chicken coops and hutches that are made of high-quality wood and mesh wire.
  2. To provide your chickens and rabbits with rain and sun protection, your coop's roof needs to be made from high-quality materials, such as asphalt.
  3. You should choose a chicken coop that is waterproof and termite-proof
  4. Make sure the coop or pen is completely enclosed on all levels.
  5. When you have the space in your house, get a chicken coop or pen with a spacious ground play area for your rabbits and chickens.
  6. The chickens and rabbits will enjoy grazing on the open floor if the coop and hutch have this design.
  7. There should be ramps between floors so your hens and rabbits can move between them easily.
  8. You should make sure that the coop you choose has easy-access doors so that it is easier for you to set the coop up and clean it.
  9. The pen or coop should have a strong and firm security lock for the safety and security of your chickens and rabbits.
  10. You will have an easier time cleaning the coop or the hutch if it has a slide-out tray.
  11. It is generally considered that coops, hutches, and pens made of eco-friendly materials approved by RoHS are the best houses for chickens and rabbits.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the ideal size of a chicken coop?

In order to choose the right chicken coop size, consider how many chickens you plan on keeping. If you want to expand your flock, you should start with a larger flock than a smaller one. In order to allow your chickens to forage outdoors, provide your coop with at least two to three square feet per chicken. The chickens should be given five to ten square feet each if they are going to be cooped constantly.

What should you have inside the chicken hutch?

Depending on the kind of birds inside your chicken coop, you will need different coops. You will need nest boxes if you have laying hens. Nest boxes or communal nesting spaces are recommended for every four to five hens. Roosts are required for laying hens, which should be mounted two feet above the ground. Each bird should have between six and 10 inches of space to roost. A shade structure, ventilation, dust baths, and predator protection should also be provided. Dry soil is designated as a dust bath, where birds can dust bathe, thereby keeping parasites at bay. Protecting against predators is also crucial in the fight against unwanted animals such as dogs and cats.

What's the best way to clean a chicken coop?

Mucking out a fixed coop several times a year will be necessary if you have one. If your chicken coop is anything like most others, you should start by eliminating old droppings, feathers, dirt, and nesting material. Before replacing any nesting materials, rinse them down, scrub them, and let them dry. You can make cleaning the bottom of your coop easier by adding things like floor bedding. This prevents droppings from sticking to the floor.

What is the best way to insulate a chicken coop?

You can insulate a coop in various ways, including by purchasing a wall-mounted heater. Styrofoam and cardboard are inexpensive and simple materials that can be used. These materials can be inserted between the studs of your ceiling to ensure maximum heat retention. For the bottom of the coop, straw or other materials can be used to help insulate from the cold ground.

Where to buy a chicken coop near me?

You can buy chicken coop from an online retailer such as Ozpetsupply which delivers fast and free delivery to your doorstep.

Do you need to heat the chicken coop in winter?

Unless your temperatures regularly drop below freezing, it is not recommended that you provide supplemental heat to your chicken coop. Chicks will grow accustomed to the cold weather. As the seasons change, their metabolisms also change. Additionally, fluffing up their feathers in the cold helps retain body heat.

Where to put a chicken coop?

The chicken coop should be placed somewhere that is partially shaded, but also partially in direct sunlight. You should also provide your flock with some fresh grass in the run. The droppings from the chickens keep the grass healthy and green. In your area, you should look for chicken predators such as foxes. Ensure that your chicken coop is located on sturdy, hard ground where they won't be able to burrow.

How much room per chicken in the coop?

There are several factors to consider when choosing the size of your chicken coop. How many chickens do you have? How old are they? Where will they be kept outside? You should provide your chickens with more space than they need rather than too little. In the case of cooped up chickens for too long, they can become quite cranky.  Our recommendation is to have five to ten square feet each if they are going to be cooped constantly.

Can a chicken coop have a dirt floor?

A deep litter coop, which has well-drained soil, and a well-designed coop that keeps predators out do not necessarily require a floor.  In addition, coops without floors are often difficult to clean and too moist, allowing rodents and burrowing predators easy access. 

What is the best chicken coop design?

The best kind of chicken coop is made up of high-quality wood with an asphalt roof that protects chickens from rain and sun. They also feature ramps, easy access doors, secure locks, water, and termite-proof.

When to clean chicken coop?

It is recommended that you perform a tidy twice a week and a major clean once a month, depending on the number of hens you have. In healthy conditions, chickens thrive. Maintaining your hens' health can be achieved by preventing bacteria, disease, and parasites from developing in the coop. Help prevent bird-human contamination as well as keep the children and family safe.


8 Steps To Clean Your Chicken Coop:

  1. The first step is to make sure that there are no chickens in the coop and start cleaning in the morning or afternoon so that you have enough time.
  2. Next, take out anything that you can move out from the coop. Taking out as much as you can ensures that more surface area of the coop can be cleaned and disinfected.
  3. Once you have taken out everything from the coop then shovel out all the bedding so that the bedding can be cleaned. You can use the bedding as compost in your garden as well.
  4. Wipe the inside of the coop to clean the dust on the walls and roof of the coop. You can also use a brush and scraper to make sure you remove all debris from the coop.
  5.  After wiping the coop, use water to clean all droppings and dirt from the coop. You can use the pressurized hose to clean all nooks and corners of the coop. If you have any electrical equipment in the coop then make sure that the water does not reach it. Once you hose it, then let your coop dry for as long as possible. It takes a few hours for the coop to get completely dry.
  6. Scrub and disinfect what you removed
  7. Now you can use natural disinfectants in all parts of the coop. Make sure that you should not use any disinfectant that can harm chickens. You can also use soap and a brush to disinfectant the coop. 
  8. Once your coop is dry then put fresh bedding in the chicken coop. Also, put everything back into the coop. Make sure that anything that you have taken out is cleaned thoroughly before putting back into the coop.