Chicken Coop Accessories

Inside: Keep your feathered friends happy and healthy with our top picks for chicken coop accessories, from waterers to treat holders.

You don't need accessories for your chicken coop and run but you can definitely add things to make things easier for yourself or entertaining for you and your birds. These are some great coop accessories to make everyone happy.

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Chicken Coop Accessories

You don't need these things in your chicken coop or run. But they are some things you might want and think are pretty cool to have.

I do have little aprons on a few of my hens in my Standard Brahma coop because my rooster needs a few more ladies. Which I am working on. These are to protect the hens from having all their back feathers being plucked, or skin from being broken.

Chicken Coop Accessories

I dream of having automatic chicken doors for all three of our chicken coops. Mainly so I wouldn't feel bad on the mornings that I sleep in a little, and so my daughter's rooster wouldn't be able to attack me on those late mornings… he really doesn't like me—the provider of food and shelter.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I make my chicken coop more interesting? Putting a bale or pile of straw or hay in the chicken coop or run will keep your chickens entertained for hours. Watch as they scratch and peck at the straw searching for insects, seeds, and other hidden goodies until there is a pile no more.

    Why put a mirror in a chicken coop? Add mirrors to their run – chickens are fascinated with pretty much anything that moves, including their own reflections.

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