Ordering and paying for a chicken coop from Green Valley Poultry Supplies.

Below is an extract from our Terms and conditions relating to ordering chicken coops.

Our aim is always to get your chicken coop to you as soon as possible but we have to work within the limits of our resources and each house is custom built for you,  the parts needed for your house may not be the same as any other orders for several months.  The number one reason anyone’s order takes longer than estimated is delays caused by other customers.    This is why we now ask you to pay a deposit to secure your place in the queue and then the balance when we are ready to build your house.

We have in the past only required the deposit when the order is ready to be despatched but we find this regularly leaves the workshop clogged up with finished work that is waiting for payment.  It is not uncommon to find a customer may not be ready to pay, or may want to delay delivery until a time that suits them.  With a finished job sat in the workshop with time, materials and space committed to it this delays work on any subsequent orders.  This is frustrating for us and anyone else waiting in the queue. When we request the installment prior to starting work we begin by making the smaller items that can be stored or easily transferred to another order.  Once these parts are made and the balance paid we begin on the main structure of your chicken coop.  If the balance isn’t paid with in a few days of the request we will move onto the next order and your order will be moved back in the queue until payment is made. We won’t cancel your order unless you specifically ask us to in which case the cancellation fees will apply.

Ordering Poultry Housing

All Poultry Housing (including run panels) are made to order. The website will give you an approximate indication of the delivery time although this is not a guaranteed delivery time and can vary. We work on a first come, first served basis for large houses and runs, and custom builds. Orders for run panels will normally be manufactured when a similar spec panel is being manufactured for a large house or run. Small chicken houses are built in batches of similar designs.

Payments Terms for Chicken Houses :

All housing orders under £600 : payment in full to confirm order.

All housing ordered using our express service : Payment in full to confirm order.

Walk In Runs / Walk in Coop and Run can either be paid in full, or in stages. If you wish to pay in stages you can order online and use the payment option to send card details separately or place the order by phone.

Walk in Run / Walk in coop and run DIY assembly : 50% deposit to secure your place in the workshop followed by the balance in full when work starts on your order.

Walk in Run / Walk in coop and run with on site assembly : 30% deposit to secure your place in the workshop followed by 30% when work starts on your order. Balance is due on final handover.

We will send you a payment request for the deposit and any interim payments. Any delay in payment may cause your order to be delayed.

Cancellation of Housing orders

With the exception of orders placed using our express build service you have a 14 day cooling off period in which you may cancel your order and receive a full refund. Between 14 days and the start of building your order you may cancel but will forfeit the deposit (if you have paid in full you will receive a refund for the balance). Once assembly work has begun on your order it is not possible to cancel.

The Newent Chicken Coop

Introducing The Newent Chicken Coop

Our new Newent Chicken coop and run is the ideal choice for keeping a few hens in the back garden and combines sleeping quarters, nest box and a run.

The basic coop and run will acaccommodate 3 average laying hens although with the addition of the optional run extension, or if the hens are allowed to free range for most of the time 6 will happily roost in the coop.

The coop and run can be easily lifted by 2 people or with the addition of the wheel kit 1 person will be able to reposition the coop and run.

Like all our housing, the coop and run is built from pressure treated timber to ensure a long life and the mesh is our usual, top quality European weldmesh.  Our houses all have a 5 year guarantee.

The roof is corrugated bitumen sheeting which will minimise the chance Red mite finding a home.

The run includes day perches so the birds can rest off the ground during the day. A ladder enables them to reach the roosting area and nest box.

Access to the nest box and roosting area is via a hinged door on the rear of the coop.

The pophole is a vertical sliding type so compatible with the VSB and ASTi ranges of door openers

Overall size is 180cm long, 125 cm wide and 140cm tall.

New chicken coops for the new year.

What’s in the workshop this week?

Monmouth major Chicken Coop

This chicken coop will house up to 18 average laying hens.  It has a nestbox on either side and can be supplied with an optional stand.  It can also be used with both the VSB and ChickenGuard Door openers.

 

 

Monmouth midi

The Monmouth Midi measures W: 125cm (49″) x D: 100cm (39″) x H: 103cm (41″), nest boxes excluded. Please allow an extra 2ft on either side as this is the amount of space you will need for fitting and accessing the nest boxes. The Monmouth midi house is supplied with 1 nest box as standard, with the option of a second one if you require extra nesting space.

 

 

Large chicken run, 9×21′ just waiting for the flood waters to recede and we’ll be off to Essex to put it up.

 

Large chicken coop and run – 6×12 with 12″ base plinth to be put up on Oswestry.

Large run – 6×24 with 6″ base plinth

Large chicken house and run – 9×21′ with 12″ base plinth.

9 x 21′ chicken coop and run with 6″ base plinth

Wells Poultry Workshop – What’s new?

What’s happening in the Wells Poultry’s workshop this week?

We’ve now built the last chicken house of the year, this 9×27′ large chicken coop and run

Our last onsite chicken coop assembly of the year
Our last onsite chicken coop assembly of the year, 9×27′ standard height, external nest boxes, pophole and anti dig mesh

As we’re now only a couple of days away from Christmas it’s time to stop building chicken houses and have a big clean up ready for the new year.

What’s new for 2014?

We’ve been working hard to increase our production capacity so delivery times for our chicken coops have been reduced so our large runs and large chicken coop and runs should be shipped within a couple of weeks, maybe even quicker.

We’ve added a few new housing products ready for the new year.

We have the Chepstow chicken house. a 4×4′ chicken coop that tall enough to stand up in. it’s ideally suited to small scale commercial flocks.

4×4′ chepstow chicken coop

We’ve also added 3 items to help you convert an existing shed to a chicken coop.

A basic 3 hole nest box

A pophole to attach to the wall

and a set of perches and perch supports.