Following its huge success in the USA, the Chicken Swing has finally landed at Omlet, and it's ready to bring fun to all our feathered friends.

All chicken keepers know that birds love to perch and they will hop on to anything they can lay their feet on to give them a good view of the world. The Chicken Swing provide more than just a place to perch though - it actually swings! The patented design allows chickens to pump the swing themselves, with no need for a friendly push from the owner. Shaped like a mailbox, with a corn-like texture for grip, the Chicken Swing allows chickens of all types and ages to torque the perch. Quite simply, your hens will be swinging themselves silly in no time.

Ideal for hanging in any chicken coop, enclosure or chicken run, the Chicken Swing will reduce boredom and keep your pets hentertained. They'll love being able to hop up as they please, stretch their wings and swing back and forth above their pals. Synchronised swinging is also very much acceptable, should your chickens decide to share their new toy.

Made from safe quality parts that are built to last, the Chicken Swing is suitable for poultry of all ages and breeds. Although it is best to introduce chickens to the swing when they are young, adults will soon get the hang of it too. Attach the Chicken Swing so it hangs close to the ground, and as your chicks or chickens get used to climbing on, increase the height. Eventually, you will want it hanging high enough so as not to be an obstacle to any hens on the ground.

The Chicken Swing is is a fantastic accessory for every chicken keeping area, and you are sure to henjoy watching your pets in action as much as they enjoy using it.

Perch measures 41.2cm in length.

$40.00 Inc Tax

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Details

Weight: 0.500 kg

Height: 5 cm

Width: 15 cm

Length: 42 cm

Latest Product Reviews For The Chicken Swing

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Great Service - Sarah,

I don’t have any photos of the chicken swing in action as it was a Christmas gift for my brothers family. I do have to say though, what a wonderful online service you provide because I ordered this product VERY close to Christmas and I was worried it wouldn’t arrive early enough to put under the Christmas tree. Thanks to you, it took only 2 days from ordering to being delivered to my address and I had 4 days to wrap it and put it under the tree. We are very happy customers!! THANK YOU XX


Not a real success story - Jim,

As far as our Silky Bantams go this was not the toy for them; we tried different heights from 100mm to 600mm all to no avail. We have perches that are graduated from ground level up to 800mm and they use these a lot of the time.

Omlet Says: Hi Jim, With some birds just putting it at different heights isn't enough you need to train them, there are some great tips here https://www.fowlplayproducts.com/swinging-tips Good Luck, Lara


lonely swing - Arnold,

Installed two swings, but so far, none of the chooks had a go, even they usually jump on everything a bit elevated. Wondering, how to entice them to get up, maybe have to try some food. Otherwise a great idea. Also using a food ball and they love rolling it around to get the food coming out. Also use to put a butchers hook through the stalk of a cabbage head and then hang it up on some bungee straps about 20 cm from the ground. The chooks and ducks have a ball catching the swinging head and get a bite out of it. All gone within an hour or two.


Chicken Swing - Katrina,

The Jokes on my for buying "The Chicken Swing". Doesn't matter what I do, place the chicks on it, place the older hens on it, not one of the 8 want anything to do with it. It's still hanging , waiting. Maybe it's my chooks, but if you have to train them to use it I don't see the point!

Omlet Says: Hi Katrina, some chickens will naturally use it, and others need training. There are some great tips here for you https://www.fowlplayproducts.com/swinging-tips - Omlet


Not Yet - Brian,

Had chickens for three weeks but they haven't used the swing yet