We’ve kept chickens for over a decade, and during that time we learned the hard way that good tools can make all the difference. If you click any of the links below, we’ll receive a small cut of your purchase price, but we’re recommending these products because we or a friend have used them with good results.
$136.95, DIY kit.If you need to shut your chickens in every night to protect them from
predators, these automatic doors save loads of time.
$19.99 for complete plansThis is a great tractor for suburbanites who have to ensure their flock
is photogenic enough to make it past the neighborhood association.To make your tractor even more efficient, check out this customer’s winter base and wheel lift add-ons. (No cost for the add-on plans.)
DIY chicken waterers start with quality chicken nipples. We recommend these chicken nipples for mounting in the bottom of buckets and these for side-mount applications.
Do you have catalogs with your products?
David — No, we only sell directly through our website. But if you poke around, you’ll be able to see all of our products pretty quickly.
Do you have suggestions for where to by the various ingredients in the feed recipes?
Karen — Most chicken feed ingredients are easy to find in 50 pound bags at your local feed (farm supply) store. If you want to add in Fertrell’s Nutribalancer or something else specific like that, though, you might want to look online.