12×12 Alumi-Coop

$3,049.00

Starting at $3049. Features include:

  • 50 lb capacity outside feeding system
  • 16-gallon tank watering system
  • Strong and durable aluminum frame
  • Smooth adjustable wheel system
  • Heavy-duty Shelter Rite vinyl cover
  • 1″x1″ 14-gauge galvanized after-weld netting for extreme predator resistance
  • Holds up to 100 birds
  • Perfect for scaling your poultry business!
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SKU: AC1212 Category:

Description

Enjoy a simple, effective, and innovative way to help keep your poultry happier, healthier, and safer! Whether it is turkeys, ducks, laying hens, or broilers, the 12×12 Alumi-Coop provides an easy and efficient way to take care of your flock and is the perfect option for homesteaders or children starting their own flock.

Standard features include:

  • 50 lb capacity outside feeding system
  • 16-gallon tank watering system
  • Strong and durable aluminum frame
  • Smooth adjustable wheel system
  • Heavy-duty Shelter Rite vinyl cover
  • 1″x1″ 14-gauge galvanized after-weld netting for extreme predator resistance
  • The 12×12 coop is designed to hold up to 100 birds

 

This system is designed from a chicken’s perspective to eliminate stress for both humans and your birds!

  • Adjustable feeders to help eliminate food waste
  • Industry-leading Plasson Bell waterer plumbed into a 16-gallon tank reservoir
  • Maximum airflow for better bird health
  • Provides better broiler & turkey growouts
  • A great place to start when scaling your poultry operation!

 

Not sure which size Alumi-Coop you need? Use this chart to help make sure you have the right size!

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Additional Tips:

  • Turkeys: Use the second number in the graph if you are using hybrid genetics/16 week harvest dates. For heritage breeds, use the first number/24 week harvest dates.
  • Ducks: Use the second number in the graph if you are using Pekin meat genetics and the first number if using Muscovy meat ducks or duck egg Layers.
  • Layers: Use the second number in the graph if you are using hybrid Layers, and the first number if using heritage breed Layers.
  • Broilers: Use the second number in the graph for Cornish-Cross genetics/6-8 week harvest dates, 4-6 lbs carcass weights. Use the first number if using a slower growing strain such as Freedom Ranger or a heritage breed/9 week harvest dates.