Cedar Chicken Coop & Run with Planter
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Raise farm-fresh eggs—and herbs and vegetables to enjoy with them – in this space-efficient coop-run-and-planter combination. It's hand built in Washington state from solid western red cedar custom milled by a local, family-run sawmill. The two nesting boxes are accessible through a drop-down back door at waist height for easy egg collection. Beneath the coop, a mesh-enclosed run gives hens space to forage and exercise, and a built-in planter box arrives ready to fill with soil and edible plants.
- Hand built from sustainably harvested western red cedar, custom milled by a local, family owned sawmill.
- Topped with a galvanized-metal roof.
- Spacious, watertight interior includes two nest boxes, removable for cleaning.
- Sized to comfortably house four hens – up to six if they are allowed to range freely during the day.
- Heavy-duty mesh floor allows manure to fall through, so the coop stays clean inside.
- Back door drops down for easy two-handed egg collecting with no need to bend or crouch.
- Chicken door and egg door lock to keep hens safe from predators.
- An interior perch allows hens to relax in a comfortable position.
- Area below coop provides 25 square feet of run space (approx. 5' x 5' x 3' high overall)
- Built in planter box is equipped with a drainage system that keeps water from falling into the run below
- White Glove delivery; we'll assemble the coop and place it for you.
- Made in USA.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Exterior: 59" sq. (63 1/4 " long, 61 3/4" wide including roof overhang), 83 1/4" high.
- Planter: 22 1/4" x 60" x 6 1/2" deep.
- 245 lb. (315 lb. including pallet).
- Cedar is naturally natural rot resistance; left unfinished, it will weather to a soft gray.
- Vents and doors with galvanized wire mesh allow for plenty of fresh air, while keeping predators out.
- Run space below coop is enclosed with cedar-framed heavy-duty galvanized-wire mesh with openings small enough to keep out both rats and tiny raccoon hands.
- Ladder can be raised, via a cord above the egg door, to keep chicks safely sheltered until they feather out and to secure hens inside while you rake out the run.
- Planter box is lined with weed fabric to keep soil contained and set over a sloping galvanized metal roof that channels water out the side, past the edge of the run.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by sareejoh from Beautiful and functional, needs better delivery I can't overstate how beautiful this coop is. It is a quality piece and a pleasure to have in our garden. We have 3 RIR hens that were roosting in our garage and needed no convincing to move. They went in on their own the first night! It did take them a couple days to get used to the ladder. All of our hens lay in one nesting box. The eggs are always clean and easy to access because of the coop’s design. My 5 year old son loves to check for eggs. I wish the mesh inside the coop was 1” square. The manure does not drop through the 1”x1/2” mesh. I line it with cardboard and compost it every few days. If you aren't confining them to the run underneath, the coop could fit 5-6 chickens. The roosting bar is a T shape and our 3 chickens have extra room on one side of the T and the other side is empty. The only problem we had was the delivery. Delivery men no idea how to assemble. We asked them not to set up the coop because we didn't want them to damage it.Date published: 2016-11-12Rated 1 out of 5 by Chickenowner from Multiple Problems 1) Thought the picture and description of the construction products used for this coup good 2) Liked the idea that the coup would be "white glove assembled" by the Deliverymen for additional $200 charge. 3) Actual Delivery was by two Deliverymen who had never set up a chicken coup and did NOT have tools nor directions. 4) After calling the Company in Washington State who produce this product for Williams/Sonoma, inadequate directions were finally mailed to our home, seemed to be for a different coup but we did our best. 6) When our four 6 month old hens were finally placed in the too small upper house, they were not able to get down the narrow and steep ladder with the opening to the ladder too small for them to fit comfortably. So each morning I had to lift the chickens out of their roost area and place them in the run which was also too small for four large American Standard Hens.Date published: 2016-05-24Rated 5 out of 5 by WannabeFarms from Happy Chicken Home Once we got through multiple delivery and damage issues and got the coop in place, I have been very pleased with this purchase. I love the design of the coop--but truly, it is a coop--not a run. It's perfect for sleeping quarters and laying eggs, but not acceptable for confinement. The good news is that it's easy to add a run---our add-on is massive--and I feel very satisfied that we have a beautiful and sturdy coop as well as healthy and human living conditions for our hens. I wish that the under-roost area was easier to clean and we did have to replace the nylon strap that was stapled (!) to the ramp by drilling a holes and attaching nylon cord, but this was one of several small repairs that we made in exchange for WS's very reasonable discount on a minimally damaged item.Date published: 2014-04-19Rated 5 out of 5 by FreshEggs from Love my chicken coop! I enjoy looking at this attractive coop that I placed in my beautiful front yard, on the beach of Puget Sound. I get many compliments, and the coop has plenty of room for my hens. I highly recomend this coop, I couldn't be more satisfied. My chickens love it too!Date published: 2014-03-16Rated 5 out of 5 by JobeMcCleary from Big, very well built and gorgeous! I have used this beautiful coop for a year now, and love it! It is very well built of solid wood and has stood up to the elements very well - actually gaining character as the siding has patinated into a silvery gray. We get constant comments about how it looks, and love that it occupies a small footprint in our small city yard, yet is quite big due to the two-story construction. The planter works great too - has a simple mechanism that directs all the water out and over the run below (which is hard to see in the pictures). We grow hanging herbs along the border of the planter to a nice affect. I am impressed that something sold this day and age is actually nicer than it looks in the picture. Thats a first! Inspired me to write my first ever review! - Jobe, Carmel, CADate published: 2014-01-23Rated 1 out of 5 by HensRUs from WAY TOO SMALL! This "coop" is beautiful and looks great - but is nowhere near large enough for the stated four hens, let alone six. I find this type of coop and tractors as well to be quite cruel unless the hens are let out all day to free range or put in a much larger pen as soon as they wake up in the morning. Chickens are curious, active creatures and love to zoom around, investigating and playing! They do not stand still and stare out the mesh. They need to peck the ground, look for bugs, graze - and this cannot be done in 25 sf. of space. Please be a kind chicken owner and build a proper run that is large enough for your chickens to play, or better yet, let them free range. This coop is suitable for two or three hens, tops, and even then they must have another, larger space in which to spend their days.Date published: 2013-10-04Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellendy from Spectacular Coop! I love this coop so much that I am planning to order another one so that we can expand. It is made of very high quality cedar, super-strong hardware cloth, and a great watertight roof! After just four days, the hens have learned to adapt to "condo' living and go up and downstairs without encouragement. Plus, the coop smells great due to the cedar, and a guest even remarked on it. When have you ever heard of a coop smelling acceptable? One of our friends is also our general contractor, and he thought the layout and construction was spot on. We love the big living space that occupies only a 5'x5' footprint and doesn't take up the whole yard. Also, the White Glove Delivery Service set the whole thing up quickly. To prep your space, I recommend laying hardware cloth, covering it with paving stones, and stapling the edges of the cloth to the inside of the coop.Date published: 2013-08-19Rated 5 out of 5 by TxLadybug from Chicken utopia This cedar house smells wonderful and looks great. It's practical in the way it is arranged with the upstairs/downstairs accommodations. Space saver and looks great. I've recently had several "chicken house" contractors in the yard - they always comment on the craftsmanship and are very impressed and WOW at the cedar. According to them, the use of cedar justifies the cost.Date published: 2013-06-29