- 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).
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George T from Washington
Crates are well built and simple to put together but NEAR IMPOSSIBLE to take apart if you don’t pay attention to the easy to follow instructions! (Just saying...) After transporting birds, it is easy to rinse the crates clean with a garden hose. Very happy with my purchase and will not hesitate to buy these crates in the future if I need more.
Carrine B from Wisconsin
While these crates are sturdy, the door on the side didn’t fit on the two I bought, making the side door unusable. I messed with it so much almost broke it, so I gave up shoved it in. With no instructions for the model I bought (instructions were of course for a slightly different model) and the fact that I needed them, there was no time to return. Not happy for the price, and that is wasn’t fully functioning.
Jon E from Maine
After modifying old lobster traps, dog crates and antique chicken crates (ALL very heavy) I decided to start small with these. Although pricey, they are easy to assemble, load and stack. My back says, well worth the price. Will start buying a couple every year so I can retire my old collection.
(P.S.—The instruction video say there is no top or bottom to the crate sides, that it does not matter. NOT true. The ends do matter... I know, I had to take them apart and reassemble, NOT easy. There are little “fins” that go off the end pieces and they must be facing inward. Elementary, but not if you have just been told, “it doesn’t matter.” Beware!)
Christopher H from New York
Very easy to put together yet very solid when assembled. Extremely happy with this product so far.
Shawn P from Indiana
Easy assembly. Exactly what I was looking for to take birds to the processor.