Yolkswagon

The Yolks Wagon is our economy chicken tractor. It has many of the same quality features as the Egg Cart’n using the same basic construction materials, aluminum, powder-coated steel and corrugated plastic The lift system is simplified to provide a more economical solution for moving the Yolks Wagon.

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Features include:

  • Modified lift system that lets to user lift the back corners separately with a dolly in front to lift and steer the unit as it is moved
  • One door on the side of the unit to access the upper level to replenish the feed and water
  • Fully enclosed upper level
  • Stairway can be raised for protection from nighttime predators, and lowered during the day for grazing access and removed for cleaning
  • Perforated flooring for easy cleanup
  • Double nest box for chickens to lay their eggs
  • Door into the nest to collect the eggs
  • Roost
  • Feeder, watering bucket and hanging brackets
  • Sliding gate to allow the chickens to free range
  • Optional corrugated skirting to protect the chickens from cold drafts in wintertime

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

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Yolkswagon………..$999**

**Kansas sales tax applies to Kansas residents.
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Features Yolkswagon
Size 4′ x 6′
Capacity 8-10 chickens
Lift Unit Two rear wheels are raised and locked into place separately. Tongue serves as a lever to raise the front of the pen while moving it.
Doors One door made out of angle iron and corrugated plastic
Frames 1 1/2″ aluminum angle
Floor 1″ perforated
polypropylene with 3/4″ openings
Ceiling Corrugated plastic
End panels (upstairs) Attached
Skirting (downstairs) Optional
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.

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