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Poultry Carrying Boxes

Have a look at our amazing poultry carrying boxes - as seen and used at the National Poultry Championships.

If you show your birds these really are fantastic - can be stacked and wheeled along into the show hall. 

From £81 each including delivery & personalisation.


Need a box to take your new hens home in?

We also sell Cardboard Pet Carriers at £2.95 each.


  • "Hi Bev, I know that you will be pleased to hear that 5 little Poot babies hatched on bank holiday monday and doing really well. Many thanks Suzie "
  • "I bought a trio off Bev last year and they are of superb quality. The Cockerel "Dylan" came first in the rare breed section at Taunton this year. They have produced beautiful ch..."
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Biosecurity Advice

This advice has been prepared by Victoria Roberts BVSc MRCVS Honorary Veterinary Surgeon to the Poultry Club of Great Britain.

  • Keep feed under cover to minimise wild bird attraction.
  • Keep water fresh and free of droppings.
  • Keep waterfowl and chickens seperate.
  • Control Vermin.
  • Quarantine new stock for 2-3 weeks.
  • Quarantine birds after taking to an exhibition for 7 days.
  • Change clothes and wash boots before and after visiting other breeders.
  • Change clothes and wash boots before and after attending a sale.
  • Keep fresh disinfectant at the entrance to poultry areas for dipping footwear.
  • Disinfect crates before and after use, especially if lent to others. However, it is prefarble not to be sharing equipment.
  • Disinfect vehicles which have been on poultry premises but avoid taking vehicles onto other premises.
  • Wash hands beofre and after handling poultry.
  • Comply with any import / export regulations / guidelines.

These are common-sense measures which can easily be incorporated into daily routine.