Looking to take your chicken keeping to the next level? These amazing solar chicken coop accessories. From automatic waterers to chicken door openers, these products will make your life so much easier. And the best part is that they’re all powered by the sun, so you can feel good about using renewable energy.
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Solar Chicken Coop Accessories
There are a number of solar power ideas that you can use to make your chicken coop even better! These items aren’t going to run up your electric bill, which I love!
As we add things to our coop to make life better for all of us, I am only looking for solar power.
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Solar Pendant Lights
I like to have lights in my chicken runs. Yes, to give them more light during the early morning hours, but also for myself. It’s nice to be able to see where I am going early in the morning when I open up their coop doors.
There are a number of different styles, you can pick out the one that works best for your needs.
Automatic Chicken Coop Door
Don’t want to get up early to let your chickens out of their run in the morning? Maybe you have a crazy work schedule and you aren’t always able to let them out or make sure their door is securely closed at night.
An automatic chicken coop door could be the best thing for you, and you can get a solar-powered one! Win-win.
Eye Nighttime Animal Deterrent Device
I have not yet bought these. They are on my list of things that I HAVE to get. Have you seen my Instagram lately? We trapped two raccoons in front of our chicken runs. We did sadly lose a quail to a raccoon, which is when we set up the trap.
These animal deterrent devices could be amazing! And solar-powered!
Chicken Coops on Your Homestead
Ashley is a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, turned homesteader, living in Canada. I have been homeschooling for years and love it. Now my children and I get to learn about and help others homeschool and be able to provide for their families and teach our children about where their food comes from.