For moving birds in/out. Also works for some small animals.
Easy-to-slide top/side doors for placing birds in and letting them out. Now with smaller holes on floor.
Assembled, 30"L, 22"W, 11.5"H
- Assembled: 30"L, 22"W, 11.5"H
- Floor and top holes are 0.625" square and side holes are 1" x 2"
- Door openings (top): 11.5" x 16", (side) 12" x 8.5"
- 100% polypropylene
- Holds about 6 to 10 adult birds (depends on size)
- Heavy-duty plastic
- Hand grips on ends for lifting/carrying (when loaded, handles best with 2 people).
How to Use
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Geoffrey C from Tennessee
Quality construction, easy assembly, and easy to stack and store.
Fantastic customer service from Premier 1 staff. They have earned my future business!
Catherine C from Maine
The crate is sturdy, stackable, well ventilated and easy to load full grown birds. Watch the video for assembly instructions.
Dawn S from Alabama
We recently ordered four more of these crates because they work so well for our farm. My only wish was that the top sliding door was easier to open. I seem to either need to manhandle it or have someone open it up for me.
Stephanie S from Indiana
Easy to put together and love that the openings at the bottom are smaller — keeps delicate poultry toes from getting damaged on the way to the processor. Definitely watch the video and pay attention to what piece goes where. It was super easy to assemble. Looking to purchase more crates in the future to replace my other ones.
Corey L from West Virginia
Great crate, great quality. Make sure you pay attention to how you assemble it…very hard to take back apart! Panels go certain directions and it’s not obvious at first glance.