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Egg Cart'n Classic

Measuring 4′ x 6′, the two-level Egg Cart’n Classic is an easily portable chicken tractor that holds 8-10 hens (the video below shows the Egg Cart’n-Classic with eight hens). It has  approx. 45 square feet of floor space between the upper and lower levels.

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Features include:

• EZ-lift system for easy movement—The Egg Cart’n Classic raises onto four wheels, latches in place, and rolls easily over grass. The EZ-lift system sets the Egg Cart’n apart from other chicken tractors of similar size.
• Stairway can be raised for protection from night predators, lowered for grazing access, and removed for cleaning
• Perforated floor for easy cleanup
• Double nest box for chickens to lay their eggs
• Door into the nest for collecting eggs
• Roost
• Feeder, watering bucket, and hanging brackets
• Sliding gate to let the chickens enjoy free range
• Corrugated plastic skirting to protect chickens during cold weather

Assembly is fast and easy! Watch here to see how easy it is.

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Egg Cart’n………..$2,189.00** (includes feeder, watering bucket, and hanging brackets)

Is the Egg Cart’n Classic out of your price range? Check out the Egg Cart’n Mini.

**Kansas sales tax applies to Kansas residents.
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Features Egg Cart’n Classic
Size 4′ x 6′
Capacity 8-10 chickens
Lift Unit All wheels are raised and locked
into place by pushing down on the tongue.
Doors Two doors made out of rectangle
tubing and corrugated plastic
Frames 1 1/2″ aluminum angle
Floor 1″ perforated
polypropylene with 3/4″ openings
Ceiling Corrugated plastic
End panels (upstairs) Removable
Skirting (downstairs) Standard
Stairway Perforated polypropylene
Roof White roofing steel
Nest Standard
EZ access door (to collect eggs) Standard
Sliding gate Standard
Roost Standard

WARNING: When moving any of our products with wheels on a sloping surface, steer the unit in a direction that is perpendicular to the slope keeping the movement of the unit as nearly level as possible so as not to lose control while moving the chicken tractor.