Large Chicken Coops
IHS Coops are 18-20 weeks out, all kits are 8+ weeks to delivery
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Our name has changed from Large Chicken Coops to Rita Marie’s Chicken Coops, but our Amish-built chicken coops are still the highest quality, well-made coops you’ll find anywhere.
We have renamed our business to tell the story of who we are and what we stand for: a family-owned business that carries only the best walk-in chicken coops with timeless style, in order to help our fantastic customers raise healthy, happy birds.
At Rita Marie’s, we are proud of our leardership in customer service. We have been in business for years and have never had a single return. We guarantee customer satisfaction and we stand behind each and every large chicken coop.
Each and every pre-built chicken coop isn’t made until you order it. This way you can choose your own personal design, features, paint or stain colors, trim and roof materials.
We use materials that have been proven to last, even through harsh winters year after year. All of our pre-built chicken coops are over-engineered and over-built.
Our coop designs are timeless for a reason, because timeless never goes out of style! A beautiful new large chicken coop adds value and curb appeal to your property.
The only part of the process you need to concern yourself with is the order. Once you decide what you want and pick the details, relax – we’ll take it from there!
Know where your food comes from, and what goes into it. We are proud to be advancing a movement to empower Americans with freedom of choice when it comes to our food.
Our pre-built chicken coops take 3 to 6 weeks from your order to delivery, depending on how fast the shipping slots fill up and where you are located.
Coop kits are delivered in 2 weeks or less.
Healthy chickens require 1.5 to 2 square feet per bird in the hen house. For instance, a chicken coop for 10 chickens should be 15 to 20 square feet, so a 4×4 or 4×6 coop would work well.
All of our large chicken coops are made-to-order, pre-built and arrive fully assembled unless it’s in the Coop Kit category. If it’s a Coop Kit, then yes you will need to put the coop together, and you will need basic tools and skills. All parts and instructions are included.
We have seen the biggest spring chicken coop rush in our company's history. We are now taking orders for late autumn deliveries. Thank you for your patience!