WIN a £360 walk-in poultry run!
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Great prize for your chickens
Do you wake up every morning worrying if Mrs Fox has paid a visit to your chickens? Are you tired of trying to recover the birds from a neighbour’s garden or seeing the damage they do in your garden?
The answer could be a walk-in poultry run – and here we are offering you the chance to win one from leading manufacturer Garden Life!
Country Smallholding has teamed up with Garden Life to offer one winner a 4m x 4m run and heavy duty PVC half cover, together to a value of £360.
The Garden Life walk-in runs are made from very strong galvanised 38mm tubular steel with a timber door frame. They are then covered in very strong 20 gauge wire mesh. A mesh ground skirt is provided all round to deter tunnelling, and anchor pegs are supplied.
The prize will be delivered ready to assemble, with clear instructions. No special skills are needed. All you require are usual DIY tools such as a screwdriver, wire cutters and drill.
Garden Life can also supply runs with spans (across the door) of 2m, 3m, 4m or 6m and the depth of the runs can be almost any size. The biggest to date is 20m deep!
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The company also offers optional part-covers to give shelter for your birds and help keep coops, feeders and drinkers dry. MORE: Call John on 0800 832 1962, see www.gardenlife.biz or email firstname.lastname@example.org
UK mainland delivery only
TO ENTER: See page the competition page in our February issue. Closing date: February 27.