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The new Wall Connection Kit for Omlet Chicken Fencing is the simple way to connect your fencing with an existing wooden fence, a Walk In Chicken Run or an Eglu Cube run. The Connection Kit allows you to create a larger area for your chickens using less fencing, maximising both space and product!

All you need to do is attach the three Clip Plates at each end of the fencing to your Walk in Run, Eglu run or wooden fence with the supplied screws, and then clip your Omlet fencing end poles into position, and you will have a new chicken playground. You can choose the size and shape of the area yourself, as well as where you would like to place the gate. Couldn’t be easier!

The Omlet Chicken Fencing is the perfect solution if you’re looking to create a space in your garden where your chickens can peck around without the risk of ruining your vegetable patch or wandering into the neighbours, and the Wall Connection Kit gives you more choice when choosing where to position the fencing in your garden.

Please note that the product is designed to work with wood or mesh only. If you want to fasten it to any other material you will need to use your own fixings and installation methods. We recommend speaking to a DIY specialist for advice. Omlet chicken fencing is designed to keep your chickens in an area of the garden and is not designed as protection for your chickens. The connection kit won't work with Omlet Fencing MK1 (purchased before October 2018).

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Packed Product Details

Weight: 0.350 kg

Height: 7 cm

Width: 16 cm

Length: 18 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Wall Connection Kit for Omlet Chicken Fencing

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Omlet Chicken Fencing - Lyndsey,

We purchased the 21 metre Omlet chicken fencing for our girls so that we could let our Dog be in the garden at the same time as them. It’s fab!! So easy to put together, took myself and my Husband about an hour to thread the poles through the fencing and decide how we wanted to position the integral gate. There’s still a bit of a kink in the netting from how it was folded in the box but I’m sure that will soon drop out after being erected for a few weeks. Highly recommend ????????

Verified Purchase: Apr 2021 This reviewer has 6-8 pets


Omlet Chicken fencing - Steve,

I have had 2 lots of fencing so far and found it to be excellent. It is easy to put together and robust. It takes a bit of time to get it set up and a little prep work is required (the flatter the ground the better) and it can be a two person job. We had a good laugh getting it set up as some of our land is on a slope. We put fine fruit bush netting over the top of the pens to stop the Hens getting out and it worked brilliantly.

Verified Purchase: Mar 2021 This reviewer has 6-8 Red Rock, Bluebell, pets


Brilliant for the girls! - Lucy,

This fencing is brilliant for giving your chickens some extra space, whilst still keeping them from trashing the rest of your garden! I ordered the 21 meters, and in all honesty it was a pain to put together as I needed to unroll it all along the garden and then space out where to thread the poles through. I did buy 5 extra poles which I would recommend if you need the flexibility to make an odd shape with the fencing, it also added extra stability. Once it’s assembled it’s a breeze to then put up and move around if needed. The gate is fab, and easy to work one handed if you’ve got a couple of eggs in your hand, my young children could also get in and out easily. The fence is a good height as we’ve never had any escapees. Would recommend whole heartedly.

Verified Purchase: Jan 2021 This reviewer has 2-4 pets


- Jeff,

Verified Purchase: Sep 2020


Good but not escape proof - Jonathan,

We bought this a few weeks ago. It’s well designed and robust and we’re pleased with it. The girls do flap over it though, particularly our girl who is bottom of the pecking order. So you do still have to keep an eye on them

Verified Purchase: May 2021 This reviewer has 2-4 Reverse Sussexes pets

Omlet Says: Hi Jonathan, Thank you very much for taking the time to leave us a review, it is very important to us in order to improve our products. Regarding your chickens trying to fly over the fence, we could advise you to have a look at wing clipping. It is a harmless and painless procedure that can help with that. You can find more information by clicking on this following link: https://www.omlet.co.uk/guide/chickens/chicken_care/wing_clipping/ We stay at your disposal if you need any further information. Best Regards, Clemence Omlet Customer Service