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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby kated » 13 Jan 2010, 11:20

Dead link? Can't load the page - sorry.
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby CP » 13 Jan 2010, 11:44

Don't work for me either & the links from Google aren't working so maybe their website's down at the moment? :?
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby Phill » 15 Jan 2010, 10:11

your probably getting a broken link message come up from google I get that too I think if you click on the bottom link it should take you to the website it can be a bit tricky getting onto the webiste sometimes but its worth the trouble.

this one works

http://www.cotswoldchickens.com/?gclid= ... 4wodExKZ1Q
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby tophen » 24 Apr 2010, 16:07

Another website with information on building hen houses:

http://henhouses.org.uk
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby chickennick » 22 Jun 2010, 22:52

Hey there, If you could add my website to this list i would be forever grateful :grin: Its new so does not have many products yet... but will hopefully soon be king of the poultry house world! \:D/

www.cornwallpoultryhouses.co.uk
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby traianturcu » 03 Aug 2010, 11:13

I bought my poultry coops from here - Chicken Houses for Sale and I am really pleased.

I have a house and a run plus all the utilities and it cost me less than 500 pounds.
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby klaatu » 04 Aug 2010, 12:44

traianturcu wrote:I bought my poultry coops from here - Chicken Houses for Sale and I am really pleased.
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but I think that's your site. It just contains affiliate links to Wells Poultry Housing, and the links contain the name "traianturcu".

I haven't been around this site for long enough to know whether commercial organisations are allowed to post links to their sites, but I know dishonesty and deception when I see it.

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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby krystal » 04 Aug 2010, 18:26

#-o :-({|=
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby Phill » 20 Oct 2010, 21:54

oh dear o.0
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby woof811 » 19 Dec 2010, 10:00

a great website ive used several times for all things to do with poultry :)
http://www.happychicks.co.uk/ happy christmas all :snowman
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Re:Feeding

Postby patrick52 » 02 Jan 2011, 19:07

Hi All,

new to the site and im sure somewhere there on the blog is the answer to the question - but if I can post the question anyway - looking for best price layers food, live in dorset, can any one help ?

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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby charlie » 28 Feb 2011, 13:36

Hi, I wanted to add this one to it.http://www.chicubes.co.uk. I have one of these, a plastic one, which I think is fantastic. It is easy to clean etc. I was looking at their site the other day and have seen they have a new plastic one which looks like wood. I tink I might have to save some money for this one, Have a look.http://www.chicubes.co.uk/New-Product-Launch-The-Best-of-Wood-The-Best-of-Plastic/Plastic-Wood-Chicken-House-for-3-Hens/prod_132.html
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby Kenny Ritchie » 05 Mar 2011, 18:57

Also Recycled Plastic I work for Solway who make the Eco Hen Ark suitable for about 6-10 hens. Another great unit is from Durham hens who produce the Durham Hen House from recycled plastic.

http://www.durhamhens.co.uk/Durham%20Hen%20House.html - with video of the house in operation.
http://www.solwayrecycling.co.uk/farmer ... rs/hen-ark - with about 6 or 7 pictures of the Ark
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby RobinGB » 30 Mar 2011, 12:09

I bought a greenfrog chicken loft yesterday and it arrived this morning, www.http://www.greenfrogdesigns.co.uk

I haven't set it up yet but will provide my thoughts on it latter.
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Re: Useful sites: Feeding and Housing

Postby jimbooo » 11 Sep 2013, 12:14

hmmmm, Id like to add some coops of real quality,design that are user friendly and seriously built to last. jameshenrycoops.co.uk all coops are not the same!!!
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