Comments for The Omlet Guide to Keeping Chickens
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Catherine, 16 November 2018
Hi All I am a new mother hen to 2 rescued 11 month old girls Itchy & Scratchy and am in desperation for a second hand Eglu and run !. I can't afford a new one, I live in an area where there are foxes everywhere,anytime of day & night. I fret so much, I have a make shift small run & they nest down in an old rabbit hutch at night,as you can imagine it's not ideal but it will do for the moment. I would appreciate if anyone can help my plea, I love Omlet products just out of my price range. Hopefully someone has upgraded and has an old Eglu & run that they would give free to my hens.
Nicola, 24 March 2018
The brand is very reliable and my girls love their new Go-Up and run. They have been so much warmer this winter. It was all so easy to put together. I certainly recommend Omlet products.The feeders certainly stay cleaner and we don't end up with layers pellets scattered all over the lawn and then wasted. Thanks Omlet!
Sweeney, 21 September 2016
There is a photo of a grey/ Blue roo and three hens in your small aquare photos what are the breed called Thanks Ed.?
Jenny, 26 June 2016
Hi there, do you ship to Vancouver in Canada? I am originally from the uk and would love to find a distributor locally or to find out if you are interested in looking for a distributor.
Ethan, 21 June 2016
I love Omlet, I would really recommend it there stuff that they sell is really good standard. 5 star.
Ethan, 13 June 2016
I love my chickens and all the things Omlet sell are great a big thanks to Omlet I would really recommend to any chickens keeper. Five Star
, 10 May 2016
Looking to introduce some chicks to our hen house of only two
Robert, 27 April 2016
I am wanting to purchase silver gray dorking chics. Any available or do you know where I can get some? Thanks.
Vanessa, 23 April 2016
Very happy with my newly purchased Eglu Go. Easy to put together and looks great.
Bob, 17 April 2016
Very impressed with this web site. I'm getting my first lot of chickens in about two weeks.