Your Frequently Asked Questions... Answered🐥🧐
We thought we would take some time to answer some of your frequently asked questions so all of the information can be found in one place. So here goes...
CHICKEN COOP DOOR OPENERS
What is the recommended weight for my chicken coop door?
What is included with a new Chicken Coop Door Opener?
- String already inside the unit, ready to be connected to your chicken coop door
- 4 screws for affixing the unit to your chicken coop
- AA Batteries (4 packed with both Elite and Cube model)
- Instructions for setting up your new unit
What if I lose my instructions?
Don't panic - we have a page on our website dedicated to instruction manuals for our units so help yourself to them here.
Where do you ship your products?
We ship to as many countries as we can, from the UK and Europe to the USA, Canada and Australia, and a fair few places in between. If you're further afield, please don't hesitate to drop us a message and we'll do our best to accommodate you.
When will my order be sent?
If you place your order before 2pm GMT Monday-Friday, we aim to get it on its way to you that very same day.
How long will it take for my order to arrive?
Shipment times vary depending on where you are in the world. You can find our estimated timescales here.
Is there a guarantee on any of my products?
Yes - everything we sell on our website, apart from spares and accessories, come with a two year long guarantee as standard.
HELP FROM US
How can I get in touch with any other questions I may have?
The best way to get in touch with us is by filing in our 'Contact Us' form, which can be found here.
Once you have submitted your message, we will endeavour to respond within 2 business days.
How much does one chicken eat per day, on average?
Chickens tend to eat around 100-150 grams of feed per day, so make sure they have plenty available and that you are topping up their feed regularly.
How long do chickens live?
The average lifespan of a chicken is 5-10 years.
When do hens start laying eggs?
Hens usually start to lay eggs at around 6 months old, and will lay 200-300 eggs per year on average (this varies by breed).
Why did the chicken cross the road?
The jury is still out on this one, and we seem to always get a different answer.
Feel free to comment the funniest answer you have heard given for this question 😄
Stay safe & happy clucking.
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