6-Hole Roll Out Chicken Nesting Box with Included Plastic Perch & Nest Bottoms

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Made In: USA


Designed for those who prefer to collect eggs from the front of the nest, this nest meets the needs of our customers with smaller pens and operations that do not require larger nest models. By far the best 6-hole roll-out nest on the market, it combines quality and functionality at an affordable price. Nests are securely mounted on the wall and allow the hens to enter from the front and lay their eggs. Includes our plastic roll out nest bottom, placed in each nest hole.Features:- Heavy-duty plastic perches and nest bottoms- Eggs safely roll down the front of the nest for easy collection- Incorporates plastic nest pads to make a completely sanitizable unit- Roll-out bottom dramatically reduces egg breakage - Durable construction enables nest to provide multiple seasons of trouble-free use- High front and back panels eliminate the scratching of litter out of the nest - Utilization of plastic perches and nest bottoms eliminates the harboring of lice and bacteria commonly found in wooden perches of competitive brandsShipped "knocked down" for lower transit costs. Ships one unit in two cartons.
Dimensions: 36"L x 12"W x 34.5" H


The Egg Carton Store is not responsible for any loss or damage to goods in transit. This includes small bends, tears, and dents that may occur to your nests during the shipping process. Luckily, the sheet metal backing of our nests make it quick & easy to hammer out most dents. Most damages that occur during shipment will still allow nests to be used for their intended purpose. Refunds and exchanges will be granted on a case-by-case basis.

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  • 5
    6-hole roll out nesting box

    Posted by John Wetzel on Aug 14th 2022

    Ordered online item came quickly. Assembly took a little longer as instructions could use some better graphics. Needed on part replaced, cracked in shipment. Contacted The Egg Store part arrived in a couple days. Changed assembly to allow eggs out rear and perches on front needed to rear the roof to get spacing right, worked out great. I think the birds will love their nest.

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