1. paigeturner

    paigeturner New Egg

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    I have a used Eglu Cube (green) and 4 lovely hens that I must part with, as we are moving. I think I can find homes for the girls, but I don't know how much to sell the coop for. Any ideas? Located in San Francisco Bay Area.
     
  2. alicefelldown

    alicefelldown Looking for a broody

    Aug 18, 2008
  3. paigeturner

    paigeturner New Egg

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    Yeah, I saw those listings for the original Eglu. I have the Cube, which no one else seems to have, or be selling.
    (Sorry, don't know how to post pics.)
     
  4. alicefelldown

    alicefelldown Looking for a broody

    Aug 18, 2008
    I'd try for at least 500-600 and then lower if you don't get any calls.
     
  5. chiclove

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    I was wondering if it is still for sale and if you can ship to southern Californa?
     
  6. TDM

    TDM Chillin' With My Peeps

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  7. SoCal Chick

    SoCal Chick Out Of The Brooder

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    What are the reviews for the Eglu? I don't want to spend a large amount of money and there are no used for sale in SoCal.
     
  8. Coop de Grille

    Coop de Grille Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The person selling it posted in 2010, I'm pretty sure it's sold by now lol.
     
  9. ThinkingChickens

    ThinkingChickens Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Aww shucks! I would have totally bought it. Ha ha. Since there aren't any used Eglu Cubes I'm going to be building a big wood coop. Then I'll have a couple of Go's for sale. We sadly outgrew them. However, I am a HUGE fan of Eglu for ease of use with a small backyard flock.
     
  10. SoCal Chick

    SoCal Chick Out Of The Brooder

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    Thank you for replying. Can you send pics?
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2012

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