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Win! a superb chicken run

PUBLISHED: 11:00 02 September 2015 | UPDATED: 11:00 02 September 2015

The Acres Cottage chicken run

The Acres Cottage chicken run


The prize is worth £550

We have a fabulous prize for you this month – a handmade chicken coop and run worth £550 from Cherry Acres Animal Housing!

The beautiful Acres Cottage chicken run has been one of the company’s big sellers.

Dan, the owner of the business, said: “This is a fantastic house whether you’re just starting out or have been keeping chickens for years.

“With the quality of workmanship and materials used in our Acres Cottage chicken run, we will challenge anyone to find a better run for the price to the point you will actually think we’re advertising this unit at the wrong price!

“From the ornate fixings to the many useful features, this unit would stand proud in any garden whether you live in the middle of a town or somewhere more rural.

“The main housed section has lots of clear access for cleaning along with the option to either let you keep your chickens confined to the run or let them free range.

The prize is the Regular unit, which is 3M long, including the run and nestbox, 800mm wide and 1,400mm high, ideal for six birds. There is also a Large version for eight birds which is 1,100mm wide.

Cherry Acres Animal Housing, founded in 2011, is a small family run business located in Kent. Dan said: “The main focal point for the products and more importantly our customers is the quality of our workmanship and taking pride in being a company that builds everything over here in the UK, giving the customer exactly what they want and built to a very high standard.”

MORE: Tel: 01233 878148


To enter see page 5 in the Poultry section of our October issue.


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