Backyard Chicken Rental Options

The Little Cluck Club program is the perfect learning experience for you and your family. Children will develop responsibility, have a hands-on exposure of food production, and truly appreciate where their eggs come from. Choose from one of our three packages and click the button below to reserve your coop today! 

 

Rent to Buy

 

If interested in purchasing our coop package after a rental period, 50% of initial first month rental fee can be used towards purchase price (delivery fee not included in purchase price).

Purchase Coop Package

                .....................$515.00

 

 

 

Total...... $515

Purchase Package

What's Included in our Purchase Package:

 

- A predator-proof, durable chicken coop that can be easily moved throughout your yard.

- Personalized family crest flag for your Cluck Club Coop designed by your family.

- 1 feeding and 1 watering bowl.

- Two laying hens (3-5 eggs each, per week).

- Initial hay shavings for bedding.

- 1 50lb bag of Chicken feed.

- Hen-hotline where you can email us with any questions or concerns.

- Full set-up and Informational chicken care demo upon delivery.

Purchase Coop Package ........................... $515.00

Purchase Coop .......................................... $425.00

Purchase Laying Hens .................... $25.00 (each)

6x3x3 Coop Extention Run........................$110.00

6x6x3 Coop Extention Run........................$170.00

1 Feed and 1 Water Bowl .............. $17.00 (2 total)

50lb Bag of Feed .......................................... $18.00

50lb Bag of Organic Feed (Natures Best).........$45.00

Loose Hay Shavings (Nest Bedding) ................ $15.00

Delivery outside Newtown, CT ..... $1.00 (per mile)

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*Delivery, Set Up, and Pick Up within Newtown, Connecticut is included in price. Exceeding this distance, $1 per mile drop off and $1 per mile pick up, round trip, will be added. Please email any additional questions.

*We do suggest protecting your coop purchase with a yearly stain or seal. The natural wood material will break down over time. If you do not, you can realistically expect four to six years' use out of this coop. If you keep it in good shape by sealing it annually, you'll have it for many years after that to come.