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Excellent product! Struggles a bit on slopes - Sasha, Berkshire,

Bought this for my girls after a dog came over their old (open top) fencing. Upsides: -Instructions are fairly easy to figure out. I wish there was a bit more wording in addition to the pictures, but I got there -Covered run provides extra security -Double door lets me drop in treats without the girls escaping -6' tall model lets my girls stretch their wings. The easter eggers in particular love it. -The color is pretty unobtrusive, several neighbors were baffled with how we were keeping our girls in such a small space. Downsides: -This is definitely not made to work well on uneven ground. I live in WV where the land is absolutely never even, and it made assembly a bit of a nightmare and it still sits very skewed. Makes it a bit of a struggle to close the lower door and several points don't quite meet -It would be nice to have a latch between the top and bottom of the door so you could pull them both closed or both open at once if needed. It's come up a few times when I'm working in the run, so I'll probably jury rig something at some point -Some of the parts stick in the bottom of the boxes, so make absolutely sure you have EVERYTHING out of your boxes before you toss them. I've taken to pulling my boxes apart and collapsing them just to be sure
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 2 x 2 x 2

This reviewer has 2-4 2x Easter Egger, 1x pets


Walk in hen enclosure.Size 3x4x2 - Jacquie, Fife,

Everything is perfect but 1 star less due to the extremely poor instructions and videos. This is definitely a 2 person construct, and start very early. You'll need all day for this larger size. It's good and sturdy. Door is well made and easy to use. Even though it was a bugger to put up, I would buy it again..
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 3 x 4 x 2

This reviewer has 6-8 Mixed large breed pets


Very safe for chickens - Margaret, Fife,

After a visit from a fox (took three chickens) I decided to take the plunge. I bought a total of 6m by 3m by 2m run to attach to my eglu cube. I was delighted when it arrived the following day (all 18 boxes!). Having watched the video I found it easy to erect. For those concerned I am 68, female and 4ft 10ins tall and assembled the run on my own. To make it more difficult I decided to enclose an apple tree within the run to provide shade for the chicks. I am absolutely delighted with the result. It is so safe for the chicks but so accessible for me. Not cheap, but we'll worth the outlay.
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 3 x 4 x 2

This reviewer has 4-6 Hybrids and silkies pets


Sturdy, well camouflaged chicken run. - Karen, Berkshire,

I bought this run approx 1 month ago and haven't regretted it. Initially ordered 2x2x2 for two large chickens but recently decided to add on another panel for extra room. I love the way it blends in tastefully with the garden. Also like being able to stand inside it. As a newbie chicken owner I bought a substandard, but pretty wooden chicken coop which fits inside the run easily. However, now I have researched a bit more I regret not buying the omlet plastic coop as it seems so much more functional. The Omlet run was easy to assemble as was the add-on panel . I'm waiting for the sun shades to arrive now as obviously can't leave them in the run in a heat wave without shade so they are free ranging atm during the day. We have lots of foxes that roam around but the design of the 'skirt' that surrounds the run makes me confident that my hens are safe. I also purchased a pack of pegs to reinforce the security of the run which were well worth the money. In sum, expensive but you get what you pay for.
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 2 x 2 x 2

This reviewer has 2-4 pets


Excellent walk in run! - Kirby, Fife,

I really recommend this walk in run, it was a little fiddly to put together but so worth it. I feel our hens are safe and sound in the night as the protective skirt is an added bonus. We went with the 3mx4mx2m, it is on the large side but exactly what we wanted. The run is also very sturdy. You won’t regret it!
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 3 x 4 x 2

This reviewer has 4-6 pets


Spacious, well built, tall! - Bella, Fife,

I bought this recently after a massive spate of badger attacks on out chickens and I was terrified about my ducks being got next! Please be aware everyone that foxes are not the only thing out to get your birds, badgers are even worse! Got this due to the strong mesh wire and skirt around the bottom. Was disappointed to find out that the secure screws for the skirt did not come with the run, with the cost of it I would of thought so! So we had to abandon the project until these arrive as with uneven ground, I bet the badger will easily dig under the run. Other than that, very impressed with the size, height, relative ease of build (you need 2 people and it will take a while due to all the clips). We will finish up once the screws I have ordered separately arrive and fingers crossed the duckies can stay super safe now!
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 3 x 4 x 2

This reviewer has 2-4 Indian Runner pets


Good Run, Difficult clips - Trevor, North Somerset,

The run took a long time to put together mainly because myself and my wife struggled with the clips around the posts. We found them very difficult to put on and occasionally had to use ties . The finished product does look goos and the chickens seem to enjoy the extra space
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 2 x 3 x 2

This reviewer has 4-6 pets


6x9 Chicken Run- Great Investment - Kelsey, North Somerset,

Overall, this product is fantastic. Last year I lost all my flock to a fox due to a nonsecure run so this year I made the investment for this run. Great build quality and with the addition of the ground screws it will be the Fort Knox of chicken runs. MY ONLY COMPLAINT- the directions were terrible. If you aren't intuitive with directions, you will have a hard time. It needed more detailed step-by-step directions with pictures. Other than that, we are very happy with our purchase!
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 2 x 3 x 2

This reviewer has 4-6 Chickens pets


3x2 walk in run - Amy, Fife,

We decided to upgrade our 4 little sablepoot bantams into a 3x2 walk in run from the Go Up with 2 metre due to being able to get in and clean making spending time with them easier and to be prepared with plenty of space for the dreaded winter flockdown. Absolutely made the best decision we love it ! We made the run up around the go up so its now situated inside which is great for peace of mind and safety of the flock. The run wasn’t difficult to make up but I did watch the instructional video before which I think helped. Check you have all the pieces when it arrives because I was sent a wrong part, it was rectified quickly but I did then have to wait a couple of days before putting it all together. We have covered the top with 3, 3mtr heavy duty covers to keep it as dry as possible and it seems to be worth great.
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 3 x 4 x 2

This reviewer has 2-4 Sablepoot Bantams pets


One down, one to go - Patti, London,

After deciding to purchase the cube, I got to see an Amish built chicken run with wheels. Very nice, very expensive but did not have the wire skirt to keep predators from digging under the wire. I decided it would be great for raising meat birds. I went ahead and ordered an Omlet run instead. Took two of us about 5 hrs to build. Instructions are terrible, and we didn't argue THAT much. It is going to work great for my purposes however. Do wish Omlet offered a wheel kit for the run. I have an Amish friend fabricating something that will allow me to pop on some wheels and move it a short distance - by myself. Quite certain it would need 2 to 3 people to move otherwise. So happy to have found Omlet. I live alone and I have wanted chickens for some time, but being a woman of 63, building a coop myself isn't possible. Not to mention, I wanted to be able to move them around the yard for fresh grass etc without them taking up residence on my deck. The run and the Cube answered all my requirements and probably cost me about the same (or less) as a home built stationary coop and yard. My chicks are only 5 days old. Can't wait to see how this will work for them and me.
Review for: Walk in Chicken Run - 2 x 2 x 1

This reviewer has 8-10 barred rock and wyan pets

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