Chicken/Poultry Run Panels
Define your chicken run area with simple to install and maintain panels. We construct sturdy frames that are modular and will be designed to screw together to create a complete and secure run.
How to Design Your Own Run
First, make sure the ground will be roughly level. Dig out the perimeter of the area so it is level. We suggest you make a sketch and decide your length, width, and height using multiples of 4 feet.
The height of the run is either 4' or 8'. Just high enough to crouch down into without wasting head space, or tall enough to comfortably walk in and even set up perches.
Decide which wall panel will have a gate and which panels will be standard (gate-less, just fencing). This is important because you will want the run easily accessible. Design the run so the gate is in the best place for you and the layout of your yard.
Keep EITHER the length OR width of the run no longer than 4' or 8'. This ensures that we can build a ceiling panel that will cover the run without being too long. Select the size and number of ceiling panels you'll need to cover your run. These are an essential piece to tie all of the panels together into a unified structure. These are lighter panels made from 2x2's and braced at the corners.
Decide on the details of how you are going to allow your birds to get in and out of the run. Will the run go over the whole coop, enclosing the coop and the birds all at once? Will the run be attached to an existing coop; how will you attach it? You'll see in the pictures how I screwed the panels right to the coop and cut-out parts of the fencing so the chickens could leave the coop and go into the run.
Finally, use the drop-down menu to select the panels you need, add them to your cart and check out. We'll contact you about pickup/delivery/installation questions. If you'd like to use this to get a rough price but then contact us to do the actual design...just contact us and we'd be happy to give you a design and quote.
We offer these in sizes that minimize waste. The most economical design is one that pieces together these modular panels; however, if you'd like a custom design, contact us for a quote. All panels are made with pressure treated 2x4's. The Gates are hinged and have gate latches, but are made with 2x2's to reduce their weight. We use 2"x4" heavy gaged welded wire fencing. This is much stronger than "chicken wire" or hardware cloth. Our new design has triangular bracing in all the corners to hold them square. All doors are 2' wide, hinging outward with hinges on the left of the frame, and centered in the panel.
4' Tall Wall Panels
- 4' wide x 4' tall wall panel with a gated entrance, $109
- 4' wide x 4' tall wall panel, $59
- 8' wide x 4' tall wall panel with a gated entrance, $139
- 8' wide x 4' tall wall panel, $89
8' Tall Wall Panels
- 4' wide x 8' tall wall panel with a gated entrance, $139
- 4' wide x 8' tall wall panel, $89
- 8' wide x 8' tall wall panel with a gated entrance, $179
- 8' wide x 8' tall wall panel, $129
- 4' wide x 4' long ceiling panel, $59
- 4' wide x 8' long ceiling panel, $89
- 8' wide x 8' long ceiling panel, $129
Kits Ready To Go
No calculations needed. Just choose one of these kits to assemble yourself or ask us for an installation quote. Each of these kits includes 1 gated panel.
Short Run Kits
4' wide x 4' long x 4’ tall - $345
4' wide x 8' long x 4’ tall - $435
8' wide x 8' long x 4’ tall - $535
Tall Run Kits
4' wide x 8' long x 8’ tall - $575
8' wide x 8' long x 8’ tall - $695
8' wide x 8' long x 8’ tall - $999
We'd be happy to have you pick these up at our farm or we can deliver them to your door for an additional fee of $50 plus $1.75 per mile from 06415. We can also install these in your yard for a flat-rate of $100, however the homeowner needs to make sure the perimeter is prepared by making it level; ask for a separate installation and/or delivery quotes. We're sorry that we cannot ship these beyond Southern New England.