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Annie Extra Large Hen Chicken House

Annie Extra Large Hen Chicken House



  • Robust 14mm timber construction
  • Drop down pop-hole access
  • Ridged ramp
  • Two door entry points for easy access
  • An external nest box with lift-off lid
  • Spacious walk-in run
  • Aluminium barrel-bolts
  • Weatherproofed
  • Easy diagram assembly
  • 30 Day No Quibble Guarantee


  • Length = 3280mm
  • Width = 960mm
  • Height = 1845mm

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Home and Roost’s Annie Extra Large Hen House is a large walk-in model, specifically designed for keeping larger flocks of birds safely contained. Manufactured in the UK using 14mm Scandinavian Tongue & Groove timber, the robust housing will easily accommodate up to 12 chickens.

Features include a drop-down pop-hole, a ridged ramp, an external nest box (with a lift-off lid for easy egg collection) and a spacious walk-in run, constructed using 1”x ½” galvanised wire. The area directly under the housing makes an ideal space to position a dust bath.  The Annie Extra Large Hen House has been weatherproofed with an animal-safe, water-based wood preservative, to protect from rain and sun deterioration.


The Annie Hen House Hen House is made to order and delivery is normally 7-10 working days. Please get in touch with us on 01843 821128 or email us at to discuss lead times.

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  • Clean the floor of the housing regularly with a stiff brush and dustpan to ensure your hens remain both happy and healthy.
  • Apply a water-based wood preservative once a year to maintain the durability of your coop.
  • Providing a dust bath for your chickens is important when using a contained housing and run.
  • Careful consideration should be given when positioning your chicken coop, particularly where there is a known fox population. Additional security should always be considered.