|Product Type: Nesting Boxes||Country of Manufacture: China|
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Cortnie from Oregon– Verified Buyer
This was exactly what I wanted! It has plenty of space for two chickens and can be divided in half with a small board for two nests. Little spendy but totally worth every penny. Lots of space. Also was very easy to attach to coop.
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Rita from Mc Donald, PA– Verified Buyer
Great nest box, great price, as always wayfair treats customers with great care,rare thing now days .
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carol from lake view terrace, CA– Verified Buyer
I love this. Easy to build. Would buy again. Hens love it.
Janet from Efland, NC– Verified Buyer
This two nest box fit the chicken coop perfectly. Well made and both nests are roomy.
Rosemary from Modesto, CA– Verified Buyer
Haven't gotten attached yet but put together. Very easy to do following directions.
Barbara from Bountiful, UT– Verified Buyer
Great double box to add to my chicken coops... Very well built...
Bobbi from Freeburg, IL– Verified Buyer
We bought this laying box for a homemade chicken coop. A few simple cuts on the coop and the chick n nest box slid right into place.
Audrey Hume-Schilkey from Highland, MI– Verified Buyer
The nesting box was pretty easy to attach to my Ware Chicken Lodge. I did have to attach hardware (I used hook and eyes), to assure that raccoons would not lift the top off to try to get the eggs or for that matter, get in the coop. The roof of the box lifts off so you can get the eggs, but if you have a child gathering the eggs, they need to be shown how to put the top back on tightly, so the chickens will be protected. It looks good on the coop, and is an easy way to gather eggs.
Edgar from California– Verified Buyer
Definitely giving this a five star rating. It's a very good product, especially given the price I paid. It's super easy to assemble. It's exactly what we neededexpected.
Erin from Bolton, CT– Verified Buyer
Quite easy to put together and roomier than I thought. The floor panels seemed a little flimsy. We'll see if the chickens like it!