We've seen chicken tutus, chicken swings, and heck, even chicken purses, but we can't stop talking about how cute these chicken picnic tables are! If you've been spoiling squirrels and birds with their squirrel picnic tables and bird feeders, then it's time to invest in your chicken coop and get them a mini picnic table too.
This chicken feeder is in stock on Amazon. It's an excellent gadget for feeding your feathered friends. Raising chickens and homesteading can be tough, but it's these quirky products that make you feel good about being the homestead queen or king that you are.
- Made in the USA
- 25.5" Long - 17.5" Wide - 8" Tall
- Pine wood
Your chickens are going to be able to eat in style. The miniature picnic tables will make excellent Father's Day gifts and Christmas presents for farmers. I'm sure you don't see these often! This unique gift is just too adorable. Chickens are cluckin' cute, and they're going to look too sweet sharing a "dinner" table with some fellow chickens.
I mean, they seriously look like they're all sitting at brunch together! These pictures are giving me life. If you decide to purchase a picnic table for chickens, share some photos with family and friends. I think we could all use something to brighten our day! Chicken picnic tables will put a smile on anyone's face.
Alright, y'all. It is time to make new additions to your backyard chicken coop. The weather is wonderful, and there aren't many places to visit due to the pandemic. Strap on your favorite work boots and get ready to tackle all of the home improvement projects you've been thinking of for months.
Grab some cedar wood, chicken wire, and more for all of your DIY chicken coop ideas. We have plenty of DIY chicken coop plans for you if you need a little inspiration. You're going to have some happy chickens and baby chicks!
Also, we love our chicken flocks, but we also adore squirrels. Visit our friends over at Wide Open Country for the most popular squirrel feeders. These adorable feeders are the perfect addition to your backyard.
This post was originally published on July 9, 2020.