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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.


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Daily & Weekly Routine

Daily routine


  • Check feed and water.
  • Let birds out.
  • Watch them for a couple of minutes and check their behaviour – (normally over a cup of tea!)

Mid / late afternoon.

  • You can offer a treat perhaps a small handful of corn – only offer enough that they can eat in a few minutes otherwise will become overweight / egg production will drop / shells can become misshaped.
  • Collect your eggs


  • Lock birds up for night


  • Clean coop out and spray with Smite Liquid to protect from mites / lice and also to keep disinfected.
  • Ideally allow coop to dry and then replace bedding with new.
  • As an extra safeguard can add Smite Powder in to nooks and crannies for mite prevention.
  • If very cold damp weather, instead of using Smite Liquid  you may prefer to use a dry disinfectant such as Coop Care.
  • Wash out drinkers with Smite Liquid, rinse well and fill with fresh water.