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WIN the new Eglu Cube!

PUBLISHED: 09:39 06 October 2016 | UPDATED: 11:00 06 October 2016

EGLU CUBE

EGLU CUBE

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Omlet is offering one lucky reader a chance to win the new Eglu Cube chicken coop which has a retail price of £700. The prize Cube will be available in green or purple with a 2m run, wheels, a no-spill food and water container and a shade for the run. Free courier delivery within the UK is included too. An international best-seller, the Eglu Cube is an Omlet favourite with customers thanks to being easy to manoeuvre, simple to clean and good to look at. Now, added design features make it the safest chicken coop on the market, with new door locking mechanisms to go with the predator-resistant skirt system around the mesh run. With a democratic perching area to promote hen harmony and a discreet nest box, all aimed at creating a better life for hens as well as for owners, it looks stylish as well. Omlet’s head of product design Simon Nicholls says the development team have really pushed the boundaries in the new Eglu Cube. “This is definitely the most advanced chicken house we have ever designed; it’s safer for your hens, more comfortable and even easier to clean. It really is a dream,” he says. The new Eglu Cube will be available from September, only from Omlet’s website www.omlet.co.uk

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