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  • Chicken House Large (Clevis Pin) Front Panel - Green Frog Designs
    5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Product Description If you have previously purchased a Chicken House Large with a manual plastic pie slice shaped door from us and wish to convert it to an Automatic Door Model you will need a new Front Panel Note Unfortunately this door is not exactly the same shape as the plastic door Our newer houses which use PiClip fixings and come with a pie shaped aluminium door as standard are designed to be used with the Chickenguard opener and do not need a replacement front panel The Front Panel comes with a door and all the fittings and instructions required to prepare it for fitting of a Chickenguard door opening system Holes are pre drilled for fitting the Chickenguard unit You will also need a Chickenguard opener to complete your installation This can be ordered separately but it is cheaper to order it as an option It is essential that we know whether your current front panel has STRAIGHT or ANGLED lugs please see the document under Lug Identification below PACK CONTENTS 1 x Chicken House Small or Medium VSB Front Panel with door runners 1 x Rectangular Aluminium Door 1 x Split Ring 6 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 40mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 30mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M4 20mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 1 x Chickenguard Opener Option at extra cost LUG IDENTIFICATION Here is how to identify whether your lugs are Straight or Angled Product Reviews Write Your Own Review How do you rate this product 1

    Original URL path: http://www.greenfrogdesigns.co.uk/chicken-house-large-clevis-pin-front-panel/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Chicken Lodge Small or Medium (Clevis Pin fitting) Front Panel - Green Frog Designs
    4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Product Description If you have previously purchased a Small or Medium Chicken Lodge with a manual plastic pie slice shaped door from us and wish to convert it to an Automatic Door Model you will need a new Front Panel Note Unfortunately this door is not exactly the same shape as the plastic door Our newer houses which use PiClip fixings and come with a pie shaped aluminium door as standard are designed to be used with the Chickenguard opener and do not need a replacement front panel The Front Panel comes with a door and all the fittings and instructions required to prepare it for fitting of a Chickenguard door opening system Holes are pre drilled for fitting the Chickenguard unit You will also need a Chickenguard opener to complete your installation This can be ordered separately but it is cheaper to order it as an option It is essential that we know whether your current front panel has STRAIGHT or ANGLED lugs please see the document under Lug Identification below PACK CONTENTS 1 x Chicken House Small or Medium VSB Front Panel with door runners 1 x Pie shaped Aluminium Door 1 x Split Ring 6 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 40mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 30mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M4 20mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 1 x Chickenguard Opener Option at extra cost LUG IDENTIFICATION Here is how to identify whether your lugs are Straight or Angled Product Reviews Write Your Own Review How do you

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  • Chicken Lodge Large (Clevis Pin) Front Panel - Green Frog Designs
    6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Product Description If you have previously purchased a Chicken Lodge Large with a manual plastic pie slice shaped door from us and wish to convert it to an Automatic Door Model you will need a new Front Panel Note Unfortunately this door is not exactly the same shape as the plastic door Our newer houses which use PiClip fixings and come with a pie shaped aluminium door as standard are designed to be used with the Chickenguard opener and do not need a replacement front panel The Front Panel comes with a door and all the fittings and instructions required to prepare it for fitting of a Chickenguard door opening system Holes are pre drilled for fitting the Chickenguard unit You will also need a Chickenguard opener to complete your installation This can be ordered separately but it is cheaper to order it as an option It is essential that we know whether your current front panel has STRAIGHT or ANGLED lugs please see the document under Lug Identification below PACK CONTENTS 1 x Chicken House Small or Medium VSB Front Panel with door runners 1 x Rectangular Aluminium Door 1 x Split Ring 6 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 40mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 30mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M4 20mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 1 x Chickenguard Opener Option at extra cost LUG IDENTIFICATION Here is how to identify whether your lugs are Straight or Angled Product Reviews Write Your Own Review How do you rate this product 1 star

    Original URL path: http://www.greenfrogdesigns.co.uk/chicken-lodge-large-clevis-pin-front-panel/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Chicken Loft Small or Medium (Clevis Pin) Front Panel - Green Frog Designs
    Maximum Purchase unit s Gift Wrapping Door Type Manual door Chickenguard Auto Opener 115 Quantity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Product Description If you have previously purchased a Small or Medium Chicken Lodge with a manual plastic pie slice shaped door from us and wish to convert it to an Automatic Door Model you will need a new Front Panel Note Unfortunately this door is not exactly the same shape as the plastic door Our newer houses which use PiClip fixings and come with a pie shaped aluminium door as standard are designed to be used with the Chickenguard opener and do not need a replacement front panel The Front Panel comes with a door and all the fittings and instructions required to prepare it for fitting of a Chickenguard door opening system Holes are pre drilled for fitting the Chickenguard unit You will also need a Chickenguard opener to complete your installation This can be ordered separately but it is cheaper to order it as an option PACK CONTENTS 1 x Chicken House Small or Medium VSB Front Panel with door runners 1 x Pie shaped Aluminium Door 1 x Split Ring 10 x A2 Stainless Steel M6 40mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 4 x A2 Stainless Steel M4 20mm Bolt Standard Washer and Nylock Nut 1 x Chickenguard Opener Option at extra cost Product Reviews Write Your Own Review How do you rate this product 1 star worst 2 stars 3 stars average 4 stars 5 stars best Write a headline for your review here Write your review here Your email We promise to never

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  • Chicken Lodge Medium - Green Frog Designs
    a split ring in the door replacing the manual draw cord and handle Chickenguard openers have the following features Auto Open Specify Time or Light Level Auto Close Specify Time or Light Level Manual Open and Close Large Buttons Simple to set up and reliable to use Runs on 4 x AA batteries UK designed and manufactured 2 Year warranty The Chickenguard opener can be bought with this product or can be bought later see our Spares Accessories section LEG SET WHEEL SET RUN Sorry but none of these options are available for our Lodge s POULTRY FEEDER The Poultry Feeder is an ideal accessory for the Lodge DROPPINGS TRAY The Droppings Tray is an ideal accessory for the Lodge CAPACITY Poultry Club of Great Britain Guidelines indicate that this house would be suitable for 5 large fowl or 9 bantams However we prefer Soil Association Guidelines which require a little more space per bird and suggest that it is ideal for up to 4 larger birds or 7 bantams CONSTRUCTION The house is made primarily from 9mm thick recycled polyethylene the roofs and nest box lids are made from 6mm It is delivered flat packed and can be quickly assembled by following the comprehensive instructions in our User Guide you should allow about an hour for this if it is the first time you have assembled one of our houses Most parts are held together using clips made from our own waste plastic though quick release clips linch pins and some other parts are metal DIMENSIONS Overall Dimensions 106 w x 100 h x 137 d cm including ramp roof overhang and nest boxes House Dimensions 78 w x 100 h x 100 d cm excluding ramp roof overhang and nest boxes Internal Floorspace 59 w x 80 d cm excluding nest boxes Nest Boxes 2 each 28 w x 23 30 h x 30 d cm internal measurement Ground Clearance 22 5cm Perches 2 perches each 59cm usable length COLOURS This product is available in Green Blue Yellow or Black This colour applies to the roof and the nest box lid only all other plastic parts are black The door is aluminium unpainted USER GUIDE Here is the User Guide for this product It includes full assembly instructions Product Reviews Write Your Own Review How do you rate this product 1 star worst 2 stars 3 stars average 4 stars 5 stars best Write a headline for your review here Write your review here Your email We promise to never spam you and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer Enter your name optional Enter the code below Write A Review Previous Page Showing reviews 11 14 of 14 An excellent choice I am new to keeping chickens although having now had my first three birds for four days I think my flock may expand one day I chose this coop as I wanted a plastic one to reduce the risk of red

    Original URL path: http://www.greenfrogdesigns.co.uk/chicken-lodge-medium/?revpage=2 (2016-02-09)
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  • Blog - Posts - Green Frog Designs
    have problems if the house is much too large particularly in winter when the combined body heat is insufficient to heat the air around the birds and they get chilled In the depths of a very cold winter this can be overcome by providing temporary insulation around the house such as a few straw bales but don t be tempted to close up all the ventilation holes it is better to let them get a bit cold than not to provide adequate ventilation The ideal scenario is to have a slightly larger house than the minimum for your chosen number of birds This gives them a reasonable amount of space and may also give you the option of being able to enlarge your flock at some point in the future When calculating how many birds you can fit in there are three things to consider 1 Headroom 2 Floor area 3 Perch length Assuming that there is adequate headroom the maximum number of birds that can be accomodated in a house will be the smaller of a number determined by the floor area or a number determined by the perch length So how do you work out the minimum number well read on Headroom Headroom is important particularly with large birds Ideally you will allow sufficient headroom above the perch a bird to stand upright the minimum is about 200mm Remember to take into account the design of the house Perches close to sloping walls can make it difficult for large birds to roost comfortably Ark shaped houses for example typically offer less headroom at the sides than those with straight sides Floor Area The Poultry Club of Great Britain has guidelines regarding the minimum space required per bird They state that you should allow 200x200mm 8x8 in for bantams which is equivalent to 25 birds per metre square or 300x300mm 1 foot square for large fowl equivalent to 11 birds per metre square The gold standard for welfare is generally considered to be the Soil Association They specify a minimum stocking density of 6 birds per square metre for large fowl This means that each laying bird has a floor space of 400x400mm You will notice that there is quite a difference in these figures It is of course up to you to decide which standard you wish to adopt but you should remember that these are still minimum figures more floor area is usually better When calculating the floor space in a particular house remember the following make sure measurements are internal or allow for the tickness of the walls and possibly roof overhangs if the manufacturer only provides external measurements do not include any nest boxes internal or external do not include the area under low sloping sides Perch Length Once again standards vary though not as much as for perch space For large fowl the Soil Association requires 180mm per bird while the Poultry Club recommends 200mm Once again these are minimum figures more perch space

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  • SEO - Posts - Green Frog Designs
    have problems if the house is much too large particularly in winter when the combined body heat is insufficient to heat the air around the birds and they get chilled In the depths of a very cold winter this can be overcome by providing temporary insulation around the house such as a few straw bales but don t be tempted to close up all the ventilation holes it is better to let them get a bit cold than not to provide adequate ventilation The ideal scenario is to have a slightly larger house than the minimum for your chosen number of birds This gives them a reasonable amount of space and may also give you the option of being able to enlarge your flock at some point in the future When calculating how many birds you can fit in there are three things to consider 1 Headroom 2 Floor area 3 Perch length Assuming that there is adequate headroom the maximum number of birds that can be accomodated in a house will be the smaller of a number determined by the floor area or a number determined by the perch length So how do you work out the minimum number well read on Headroom Headroom is important particularly with large birds Ideally you will allow sufficient headroom above the perch a bird to stand upright the minimum is about 200mm Remember to take into account the design of the house Perches close to sloping walls can make it difficult for large birds to roost comfortably Ark shaped houses for example typically offer less headroom at the sides than those with straight sides Floor Area The Poultry Club of Great Britain has guidelines regarding the minimum space required per bird They state that you should allow 200x200mm 8x8 in for bantams which is equivalent to 25 birds per metre square or 300x300mm 1 foot square for large fowl equivalent to 11 birds per metre square The gold standard for welfare is generally considered to be the Soil Association They specify a minimum stocking density of 6 birds per square metre for large fowl This means that each laying bird has a floor space of 400x400mm You will notice that there is quite a difference in these figures It is of course up to you to decide which standard you wish to adopt but you should remember that these are still minimum figures more floor area is usually better When calculating the floor space in a particular house remember the following make sure measurements are internal or allow for the tickness of the walls and possibly roof overhangs if the manufacturer only provides external measurements do not include any nest boxes internal or external do not include the area under low sloping sides Perch Length Once again standards vary though not as much as for perch space For large fowl the Soil Association requires 180mm per bird while the Poultry Club recommends 200mm Once again these are minimum figures more perch space

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  • Green Frog Designs Sitemap
    Opener Carry Box Fixings INFO See our products Custom Signs Customer Gallery Our Blog Recycling Shipping Manufacturing Links Red Mite Frequently Asked Questions Warranty Returns Privacy Policy Terms Conditions About Us Contact Us Home Sitemap Green Frog Designs Sitemap A sitemap lists all pages available on a website The sitemap for web pages on Green Frog Designs is shown below Web Pages Home INFO See our products Custom Signs Customer

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