Innovation Pet Extra Large Green Walk-In Coop, Up to 15 Chickens

Average User Rating:
3/5,
  • This Innovation Pet Extra Large Green Walk-In Coop can house up to 15 chickens.

    • Solid wood construction with an asphalt roof
    • Includes nesting box, roosting bars and ramp
    • Sliding window provides additional ventilation
    • Large, walk-in door allows easy human access to chickens and for cleaning
    • Sliding door at the top of the ramp encloses the coop area for weather and predator protection.
    • NEW: Large triangular wood piece added to the front of the interior coop for additional protection from the elements.
    • Tray slides out for easy cleaning
    • Easy to assemble
    • Outside assembled dimensions are 105 in. x 84.6 in. x 77 in.
    • TSC exclusive coop
    • Dimensions for the door opening at the top of the ramp are 12.4 in. high x 9.45 in. wide
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Recent User Reviews

  1. AnimalGeek23
    3/5,
    "Okay..."
    Pros - Nice outdoor coop in general
    Cons - Poor ventilation, not enough space, flimsy
    So basically this coop needs a little work. It's okay if you're in the suburbs and have like 2 or 3 chickens, because this coop canNOT fit 15 chickens! There is barely enough space for 7! The sliding tray is easy to clean, though. However, the coop has poor ventilation so if you have harsh weather around where you live don't get this. It's really flimsy so predators can get in, too.
    Overall it's :hmm

User Comments

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  1. Col1948
    You might get 15 rubber ducks in no problem, but 15 chickens no way.
    1. Evelyn's Mom
      I could see 10 roosting with no issues...but 15 would be cramped for sure! Definitely only if they had an additional run or free range access.
      Evelyn's Mom, Oct 11, 2018
  2. Evelyn's Mom
    I have this exact coop, purchased from Tractor Supply Co. It's pretty great! The roof isn't that great, I had to re-shingle it since water got through and caused some mildew in places. I also wanted it to be my "barn" so waterproof, and a place for the hens to stay in for bad weather so I purchased corrugated plastic and covered nearly all the screens. I left a wide slit on the north side and made some panels open from the bottom like an awning. It keeps rain out and lets air in. It's been wonderful so far.
    Also beefed up the structure since it was already put together at the store and we hauled it home on a trailer. Also put it up on treated 6x6's and added 4 anchors in case of high winds. We get them all year.
    I added some extra ventilation on the eaves and covered with screen. The North panel I can cover in winter and still have airflow at the roofline... important for moisture control I hear. I haven't been through a winter yet so looking forward to it. Nice coop. Got mine half price since it had been blown over, a little bent and sat out for a few years. It's better than ever, now!
    1. Evelyn's Mom
      I also have a large run connected by a wooden tunnel and they get to free-range almost every day. No way would I want to keep them penned up in the coop.
      Evelyn's Mom, Aug 30, 2018
  3. Creteloc
    I'm looking at this coop but I can't find the dimensions of just the wooden enclosure so I can't correctly determine how many chickens actually fit inside. The box now says 18. I'm looking for a home for 7 chickens. Does anyone have this coop and know the dimensions of the house part?
    1. Evelyn's Mom
      I can measure when I get home if you're still interested. I think offhand it's 36" by 48" or so. I have 7 chickens, and so far they all roost in the open part but with colder weather will probably move inside.
      Evelyn's Mom, Aug 30, 2018
  4. lilmarie84
    Certainly not made for 15 standard size chickens maybe bantams or something to that nature but no way 15 BO chicken would fit in there comfortably
      Col1948 likes this.
  5. Texas Kiki
    No way in the world 15 chickens would fit in that coop without problems.
      Col1948 and Fluffy&Cutie like this.

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