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Rambler

Tavern Coop
  • Chickens

    6-10

  • Nests

    6

  • Doors

    4

  • Run

  • Length

    64"

  • Width

    38"

  • Height

    45"

  • Boxes

    2

With a large set of nesting boxes, adjustable legs to level the coop, and no run, the Rambler is designed to maximize egg production and minimize it’s backyard footprint.

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Was $550.00
$450
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topFeatures

Standard on Each Coop

Douglas Fir paneling

Premium Fir

Unlike typical plywood coops, we use top-quality Douglas Fir, sealed and heat-treated to last many years.

Closeup of wood panels resting neatly within each other

Tongue-n-Groove

Each slat of wood rests neatly within the next to ensure easy construction and a weather-tight enclosure.

A nesting box with the lid open, revealing the divider and nesting areas

Nest Boxes

Divided for multiple nests, our nesting boxes are accessed through secured, hinged doors for easy access to eggs.

A galvanized steel tray, slid out partially from the bottom of a chicken coop

Sliding Mess Pans

An advantage over fixed bottoms, the galvanized steel pan slides free for easy access to droppings.***

Closeup of thick rounded wooden dowels laid horizontally within a chicken coop interior

Roosting Bars

Provides your chickens with a perch, which is where they typically sleep and spend a lot of time.

Closeup of metal latches on doors, locked in place

Latched Doors

Designed to last years of wear, the metal latches and locks keep chickens
safe from predators.

closeup of a window with chicken wire covering the openings in a small wooden door

Screened Vents

Keeps your chicken coop dry and avoids sickness, vents allow air flow to reduce moisture.

A completed chicken coop

Easy Assembly

Each chicken coop ships with clear directions, and many parts are already put together. Takes a couple hours.

***Not available on the Parlor Chicken Coop

TOPReviews

My grandson (10) wanted to help put the Rambler together: "Papa, I put Legos with hundreds of pieces together. This chicken house will be easy.” He was right, all the parts went together with ease!

Adams' Family

Memphis, Tennessee

I’m impressed! I’m a DIY guy but I decided to buy The Rambler, after I found that I could not beat the price by much for the materials alone. With a cordless drill it took me 30 minutes. It’s easy.

Ed E.

Biever, California

Satisfaction Guarantee

If any parts are missing or damaged, Chicken Saloon will quickly ship spares to you at no cost. If for any reason you’re unsatisfied with the coop and it’s within 30 days of purchase, you can return the coop for a refund.

Easy Assembly

Our chicken coops require a little bit of assembly, but don’t worry! A lot of the coop is preassembled and instructions are included. Common tools like a screwdriver and a wrench are all that are needed. It’s easy and fun!

$450
FREE same-day shipping to continental USA | Learn more

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