Based on 28 Verified Reviews
THIS IS ADORABLE.
3 May 2022
I had some ladder styler swings for my chickens, and they didn't like the swing. We had a small solid swing in our old coop, but it was too small for our Omlet pen, so I bought the Omlet Swing. It is absolutely adorable, in bright yellow solid plastic with ropes and a spacer to keep swing in place. We put perches in, so the chickens seem to prefer that for now. When they are ready, they have a lovely swing to swing on.
This reviewer has 4-6 Buff Orpington, RI R pets
4 February 2022
Awsome swing. My chickens were afraid of it but if you’re looking for a good swing this is it.
A unique and quality product
14 January 2022
Bought for a friend who has chickens.The chickens have not yet had use of the swing due to avarian flu precautions but with the better weather and release from their indoor environment, they will enjoy the swing. It is a well made, durable and fun product that will keep the chickens amused and entertained!!
This reviewer has 4-6 pets
21 October 2021
Bought this for my new chicks to give them something to do when in the coop run. They are only 8 weeks old so haven’t used it yet but they are very good at getting up high and I’m sure the swing will be a hit once they figure it out.
This reviewer has 2-4 Australorp x’s pets
Looks really good in my walk in run.
4 October 2021
I put up the swing in my walk in run. I have only had my lovely ladies just over a week now so they are still getting used to their new home. They have pecked at the swing but none of them have ventured on it yet. However we have had a lot of windy weather so this might have put them off a bit. I’m sure they will use it eventually.
This reviewer has 2-4 Hybrid chickens. pets
Haven't Quite Mastered It Yet
29 June 2021
Sadly our rescue ladies have yet to master The Chicken Swing, but I'm patiently hoping that one day they do!
This reviewer has 2-4 Chickens pets
29 November 2020
We can't get the Girls off it ... a great play platform for them.
Perseverance will be rewarded!
28 November 2020
Initially anchor the swing low off the ground so it doesnt move much. Position treats so they can only be reached from the swing. Soon your hens will be happily hopping onto the new ‘wobbly perch’ for their treats. Gradually (I’m talking days here not hours) you can raise the height of the swing and release it from its anchoring. Two of my four rescue hens can now hop onto the unanchored swing to get to their treats. It’s great to see them working their wings to achieve balance. Lots of good exercise for them too and great boredom buster for all of them as the others hang around underneath waiting for scraps. Actually it has proved to be much more therapeutic and fun than I thought it would be. Highly recommend - perseverance will be rewarded!
25 October 2020
Love the swing and so do my chickens! So fun watching them run around and jump on it!
Work in progress
26 September 2020
Bought my old chicken a swing as looked like she might like it. She’s stepped over it and on it but not sure what’s she meant to do so I think it’s a great idea and I’m sure in time chookie will grasp the concept and enjoy a swing.