A spacious retreat
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An insider into Framebow Animal Housing
Framebow Animal Housing’s chicken coops and runs are airy, spacious retreats for your hens to enjoy. A secret timber bending technique gives Framebow housing its unique arched look, creating classic curved architecture for the modern house and garden.
The Arch Chicken Coop comes with all the modern features poultry keepers expect for keeping healthy and happy hens; including a completely removable dirt tray floor, easy accessibility into the house, a large walk-in run, plus a removable nest box and perches for hassle-free cleaning.
Fresh out of the Framebow workshop is the Salisbury Chicken Coop. The Arch Chicken Coop’s diminutive cousin, it comes with the same sized house and run, plus all the same great features and design; but stands a little lower to the ground, making it ideal for back gardens everywhere.
However, Framebow housing is not just for chickens, as these fabulous homes can also be curvy cat castles with multiple levels for curious cats; or rounded rabbit residences with raised living quarters and plenty of room for a pair of bunnies, allowing the smaller, fluffier members of you family to stretch their legs in safety in the garden.
Framebow Animal Housing is made in England in our Dorset workshop and designed for the contemporary garden poultry keeper, allowing you and your hens to stay ahead of the curve.
For more details, visit www.framebow.co.uk; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01300 345229.
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