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Whether you live in the country or city, your chickens need proper housing. Housing is important for you chickens in order to provide them with safety, comfort, and a place for them to lay their beautiful, scrumptious eggs. The Snap Lock Chickens come in two sizes for you and your chickens to enjoy. They are strong plastic coops that are easy to put together and wash. A healthy chicken is a healthy chicken after all.
The Standard Size Snap Lock Chick coop holds 4 standard sized chicken or 6 bantams. This coop is the perfect type of set up if you are living in the city! Features include but are not limited to:
- No tools required! All you need to do is follow simple instructions, snap and lock!
- The coop is impact resistant, made from a strong plastic and easy to clean
- Ultraviolet resistant
- Chemical Resistant- The coop is not made of hard chemicals that would harm you or your chickens!
- Maintainence Free! Once set up, you will need to clean your coop, but it is made for easy convenience.
- Removable litter tray for easy cleaning!
- Adjustable ventilation
- And….Easy access for egg collection! With three nest boxes for your hens to choose from too!
If you are looking for a simple coop for your backyard for your chickens to enjoy and a coop that makes your yard look fashionable, this coop is for you! To purchase your very own Standard Size Snap Lock Chicken Coop, click here.
For those of the chicken-holics like myself, you may need a larger coop! The Large Snap Lock Chicken Chicken coop holds 10 standard size chicken or 14 bantams. It has the same features as the standard size but being larger it holds more birds. Unlike the Standard coop, containing 3 nest boxes for the hen’s choice to lay, the large size coop accommodates 4 nest boxes! To order the upgrade, click here!
Both of these designs are proudly made in the United States of America!
Quail, whether bobwhites or Coturnix do really well with small housing. As a quail breeder myself, I highly recommend the Quail Breeding Pen. This pen is a three second pen. Each pen measures 10 inches by 24 inches. If you own bobwhites, one pair fits easily in one section. The dividers do come out if you prefer colony housing. For Coturnix, they should be housed in colonies. In this case the dividers can be taken out to give you that 4 to 1 ratio. The pen comes with a large adjustable feed trough and a water trough that can be easily equipped for automatic watering. The whole pen is made out galvanized steel and sloped for easy egg collection. This pen is a must for the quail enthusiast!
Pampered Pet Supply provides you with products that are efficient yet affordable. One of these amazing products is the Advantage II for dogs. We provide you with many sizes to choose from based on your dog weight, from chihuahuas to Saint Bernard! We have it all! The Advantage II is a topical treatment that needs to be applied to your dog once a month. It contains 9.1% Imidacloprid plus Pyriproxyfen, which is an insect growth regulator. Advantage II for Dogs controls existing flea infestations on your dog and prevents further infestations. It kills all flea life stages within 12 hours of application, and it is waterproof!
If you are learning to ride a horse English or Western, you are probably familiar with Snaffle Bits. If you are unfamiliar with one, on a snaffle bit, the rein will attach directly to the mouthpiece. The Snaffle Bit will act like a nutcracker (if jointed) on the bars of the horse’s mouth. The bars are the area of gum between the front and back teeth and the corners of the tongue. As the rider takes contact with the rein, the horse will feel the pressure and contact and obey the rider. Young and inexperienced horses get introduced to snaffle bits for training purposes and control. A Snaffle Bit is a direct pull bit.
Types of Snaffle Bits
The gentlest type of snaffle bit is the Egg Butt Snaffle. The reason it is so gentle is that it does not pinch the corners of the mouth. The D Ring Snaffle is another type of snaffle bit and is shaped like a “D.” The most common ring syles are the Loose Ring snaffle bits, Eggbutt, and Full Cheek snaffle bits.