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Ever Thought of Raising Backyard Chickens and Enjoying Farm Fresh Eggs?


It’s easy! You place your reservation either through our website (http://www.rentthechicken.com/)  or over the phone (844-310-8782). We schedule a date to bring to your home a portable coop, two to four chickens that are already laying eggs, and the supplies needed to get you started for your rental period.


Towards the end of the Rental Period, if you realize that you were born to raise backyard chickens, adopting the chickens and all of their supplies is an option! Otherwise, we will schedule a date towards the end of your Rental to stop by and pick up the rented chickens, coop, and supplies.


Other people think about chickens but think they don’t have the space, worry about regulations, or just don’t know what they need.  Do you build or buy a coop?  Do you buy peeps?  How do you raise an egg laying hen if you buy a peep?  Did someone tell you about a heat lamp? 


It can all be overwhelming, but we take the guess work and worry by answering all your questions and concerns and by offering a portable coop, the food & supplies, and the egg laying hens!


Three Best Reasons to Rent the Chicken?

What are the three best reasons to make your chicken reservation today?


Fresh Eggs: One of the biggest benefits of renting chickens over the summer is the access to fresh eggs. Chickens lay eggs regularly, and this can be a great way to enjoy fresh, nutritious eggs without having to purchase them from the store.


Educational Experience: Renting chickens can be a fun and educational experience for kids and adults alike. It can teach them about the responsibilities of caring for animals, and they can learn about the life cycle of chickens, how they hatch and grow, and what they need to be healthy.


Sustainable Living: Renting chickens can be a sustainable living option for those who are interested in reducing their carbon footprint. Chickens are great at eating food scraps and other organic waste, which can help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills. Plus, you can reduce your reliance on store-bought eggs, which often come from chickens that are raised in less-than-ideal conditions.



Rent the Chicken

Contact: Homestead Phil

Work Phone: 724-305-0782

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