There are more and more people want to own chickens in order to get a fresh, reliable and clean source of eggs. But the first thing you should pay attention before setting up your small flock of chickens is purchase on the best chicken coops.

Keeping chicken could be an interesting experience if you get the right chicken coop.

These following is the detail about two chicken coops products that perfect for both beginner and experienced owners that you can choose to house your chicken: Pets Imperial Double Savoy VS. Petsfit Weatherproof Outdoor Chicken Coop.

 #1 Durability and Safety

The most important function of the best backyard chicken coop is that it has to keep your chicken safe and protect the chicken from outside danger such as predator, the water elements, and disease.

Pets Imperial coop has been built to last for a long time. It is made of animal friendly treated timber, which ensures the wood does not rot and totally non-toxic for your chicken. This coop also includes the plastic caps on the feet to prevent rotting.

Moreover, this coop is also designed with an elevation. This will prevent the ingress of some predators, which often dig holes to come through the ground into the coop.

If you are looking for a coop that can last for very long and really durable, so Petsfit could be a great option for you. This is made from solid wood, which is waterproof very durable. The roof that keeps the external elements from weather away from chicken is important for the health of your flock.

#2 Spacious Space

Ensure that the coop will have enough space for your flock. Crowing can lead to some social problems for your chicken. There is the rule that every single chicken should have at least 3 square feet inside the coop and 10 square feet outside.

Pets Imperial Double Savoy measure 4ft 9″(W)x 3ft 3″(D)x 3ft 1″(H). It is enough space to keep about 6-10 chicken depends on their size and breed. It also includes two nest boxes with 6 compartments and four perches.

Petsfit is the combination of coop and nesting boxes. The coop can fit with 3-4 normal grown-up chicken. And the nesting box can contain 2 hens.