The Omlet Guide to Keeping Chickens

Chickens are easy to keep, highly entertaining and lay delicious eggs every day. What more could you ask for in a pet? Hens can be wonderfully rewarding to keep and you will soon learn that each hen has her own brilliant personality that will keep you endlessly amused. Whether you have already introduced some happy hens to your garden or you're trying to decide if keeping chickens is for you, you're in the right place.


A green Eglu Classic Chicken Coop looks great in the garden and your chickens will absolutely love it
A green Eglu Classic Chicken Coop looks great in the garden and your chickens will absolutely love it!

This guide will take you through keeping chickens, from choosing the best chicken coop to the daily jobs of a chicken keeper. Here at Omlet, we think keeping hens should be enjoyed by everyone, wherever you live, so read on to learn all about the eggcellent world of chicken keeping.



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Roger, 9 May 2021

one of my hens has stopped laying the other two are just fine,the one who stopped laying has a dry crusty backside.what can I do. thankyou


Beth, 2 April 2021

Got 6 chicks and 2 ducks, first timer and would like more info how to house them both in a large eglu that Im planning on purchasing today, please let some body to email me for tips on which one to buy or do with what I have. As far as care, cleaning, etc. Retiring soon so I am going to a new hobby with these babies. Help!!!


Jackie, 30 March 2021

Hello is there anyone who has OMLET coops and housing near Croydon, Surrey? We'd like to set up a chicken coop and run at our school and wondered if there is one who has one we can come and see in action (COVID safe of course), thank you


Liz, 28 May 2020

one of our orpington's bottom is bald - it doesn't hurt her and she's the only one out of 6 and a rooster who all share a house with it, so I don't think it's mites or lice. any ideas? she is laying fine and seems very happy. thanks


Clare, 15 May 2020

The best bedding in nest box; on the poop tray (beneath roosting bars) and on the outdoor run floor itself is "Easichick"

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