K & H Thermo-Chicken Perch

$35.99
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26 inch

$35.99

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36 inch

$43.49

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Buy 3 or more, each at $39.14

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Shipping weight = 5.00 lbs.

Product Summary:

K&H™ Thermo-Chicken Perch™

Keep your chicken's feet warm with the K&H™ Thermo-Chicken Perch™! Most birds lose a lot of body heat through their feet. In extreme cold weather this perch can help your chicken retain body heat. It warms the entire body by utilizing the bird's own circulation system. Dual internal thermostats help to keep the temperature regulated day and night.

Features:

  • No more frozen toes
  • Aids in retention of body heat
  • Internal thermostat
  • MET listed for safety
  • 1-Year Warranty
Item Specifications:

Model# 2110: 26" length, 50 watts
Model# 2111: 36" length, 60 watts

Cord Length:
5.5 feet

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Style Item Number Model Number UPC
26 inch E017276 026 100213425 655199021109
36 inch E017276 036 100213426 655199021116

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I hear that these will help to keep my chickens from getting frostbitten feet in the Northern Winters that we have.
Ellen B on Sep 15, 2016
I hear that these will help to keep my chickens from getting frostbitten feet in the Northern Winters that we have.
Ellen B on Sep 15, 2016