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Netting for Chicks, Hens, and Ducks

Netting for Chicks, Hens, and Ducks

Raising chicks and hens in the open: the many applications of poultry netting for chicks, hens, and ducks.  CHICKENMALLA® Plastic Mesh as an Alternative to Chickenwire

red para gallinas
Plastic mesh, CHICKENMALLA®, is perfect to create a breeding enclosure for chickens.

chicken net

Plastic chicken mesh or netting is useful for raising chicks, hens and ducks.

It is perfect for building chicken coops as well. This mesh can be used to create walls and the floor. Additionally, mesh is suitable for creating a corral around the area where chickens graze during the day. Farmers use mesh to build fences for protecting chickens from predators as well. For example, covering the ground in the coop with plastic mesh keeps rodents from tunneling their way in. Best of all, our mesh doesn’t rust or corrode when it comes into contact with chicken droppings. Since it’s plastic, it’s easy to wash and disinfect.

Breeding chicks and hens in cages or free-range

Poultry owners may raise and breed chicks, hens, and ducks in cages, on the ground, free-range or organically.

Some methods respect the animals’ nature more than others. When chickens are kept in cages, they can’t act like chickens.

malla protectora chickenmalla
CHICKENMALLA® protects your chicken coop from predators.

When chickens are raised in the open air, free-range, instead of intensively farmed, they live well. Factory farmed animals are overcrowded, while free-range chickens have the opportunity to wander and scratch about in the dirt. Of course, it’s crucial to shelter chickens, protecting them from excessive heat and rain. OBAMALLA®, shade cloth,comes in handy for this since it’s light and resistant. It reduces the temperature and creates a cool environment, which keeps poultry from becoming stressed and ill.

Shade cloth reduces the effect of adverse weather conditions. It is a cheap way to create a windbreak, block harsh sunlight, catch hail, and keep rain from falling on poultry.

Chicken mesh offers a cheap alternative for creating temporary fences around grazing areas. It can also be used with posts to build a permanent enclosure.

How to raise chicks, chickens, and ducks in a natural way

If I want to raise my chickens the natural way, what size should I make their enclosure?

Although there are some exceptions based on each breed’s personality and characteristics, we generally recommend a population density of 1 animal per 2.5-4 square meters. This ensures that poultry will have the minimum, necessary space that they need for their wellbeing.

To prevent chickens from turning green areas into barren soil in just a few weeks, we recommend installing poultry netting, CHICKENMALLA. Since this plastic mesh is easy to move, you can create a corral in one area and then move it to another. In addition to protecting other areas of your yard, it will also keep chicks safe and in one space.

What are the advantages of allowing poultry to live out in the open?

  • Less stress Being confined in spaces that are too small increases the risk that hens attack and peck at each other. At times, they may even recur to cannibalism. Raising chicks and hens free-range reduces aggressive behavior. Moving around outside reduces stress in poultry.
  • Healthier animals. Chickens raised the natural way are usually more robust and resistant. Their muscles develop better, and they build up less fat. Additionally, they have better diets. When poultry are enclosed in a small space, the weakest animals may not eat enough. The birds’ rigid hierarchy manifests itself at feeding time, and the birds lowest on the totem may not access feed.
  • High-quality animal protein. Chicks and hens raised free-range eat insects and other animals, which are sources of high-quality protein.
  • Better tasting, higher-quality eggs Eggs from free-range chickens taste better and have a brighter color. They contain more vitamin A, vitamin E and omega-three fatty acids.

Netting for chicks, hens, and ducks, CHICKENMALLA®, keeps predators away

Free-range animals are more susceptible to attack. Dogs, foxes, rats and animals from the mustelid family, like weasels, badgers, and mink, are prone to eat poultry. Chickens are also more at risk of catching parasites from wild birds like pidgins and sparrows. Finally, wild birds and animals can also spread disease to domestic poultry, putting them in danger.

Red para gallinas CHICKENMALLA® protección para tus pollos y gallinas
Protect your poultry from diseases spread by wild birds.
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Poultry mesh keeps predators away.

Poultry netting is an efficient way to keep chickens from damaging ornamental plants in flower beds and vegetable gardens.

Installing substantial fencing is one way to keep poultry safe from predators. Species from the mustelids family pose a particular difficulty for poultry owners. Birds of prey are also a cause for concern. A poultry net, with it’s bottom edge buried and with an upper border that leans outwards about 50 cm will help keep birds safe from foxes and stray dogs.

Defense against inside predators

If your family has a dog, it may pose a risk to your poultry. Even beloved pet dogs sometimes attack and kill chicks, hens and ducks.

Rats and mice prey on chicks. Many regions, especially those in mountainous areas, are hunting territory for birds of prey like hawks and eagles.

malla gallinera protege de plagas como ratas y ratones
Poultry mesh protects chicks from rats and mice.

If this is the case where you live, your poultry will have to live inside a coop or enclosure made from netting.

A wide range of plastic mesh for corrals

We offer a wide range of plastic meshes and nets for laying chickens, hens, chicks, capons, turkey, geese, ducks and more.

Our bird blocking nets keep pidgins, swallows, seagulls, cormorants and other types of birds from bothering your poultry.

CHICKENMALLA® is our poultry net. It is designed for exposure to the elements and is long-lasting.

Our aviary netting is made with attention to detail. It’s resistant to tearing, and it keeps birds safe from wild animals and doesn’t put wild birds at risk of getting caught and strangled in it.

.

Using our netting and mesh, you can create chicken enclosures and cages for small scale, amateur operations or professional farming. They can be used with different kinds of animals. They are practical and easy to keep clean.

Our mesh is the perfect material for creating enclosures of different sizes and designs for poultry farms. All of our netting is woven from highly resistant plastic fibers. They are treated to withstand UV rays and stand up to the elements.

Red para gallinas
CHICKENMALLA® comes in a wide range of high-quality plastic meshes.
 

Fencing with chicken mesh—perfect for installing and setting up as modules

This fencing allows chickens to wander around during the day and then spend the night safely in their coop.

The quality is guaranteed—we manufacture our mesh from top-quality materials and in the best facilities.

Raising chicks and hens in the open: the many applications of poultry netting for chicks, hens, and ducks.  CHICKENMALLA® Plastic Mesh as an Alternative to Chickenwire

red para gallinas
Plastic mesh, CHICKENMALLA®, is perfect to create a breeding enclosure for chickens.

chicken net

Plastic chicken mesh or netting is useful for raising chicks, hens and ducks.

It is perfect for building chicken coops as well. This mesh can be used to create walls and the floor. Additionally, mesh is suitable for creating a corral around the area where chickens graze during the day. Farmers use mesh to build fences for protecting chickens from predators as well. For example, covering the ground in the coop with plastic mesh keeps rodents from tunneling their way in. Best of all, our mesh doesn’t rust or corrode when it comes into contact with chicken droppings. Since it’s plastic, it’s easy to wash and disinfect.

Breeding chicks and hens in cages or free-range

Poultry owners may raise and breed chicks, hens, and ducks in cages, on the ground, free-range or organically.

Some methods respect the animals’ nature more than others. When chickens are kept in cages, they can’t act like chickens.

malla protectora chickenmalla
CHICKENMALLA® protects your chicken coop from predators.

When chickens are raised in the open air, free-range, instead of intensively farmed, they live well. Factory farmed animals are overcrowded, while free-range chickens have the opportunity to wander and scratch about in the dirt. Of course, it’s crucial to shelter chickens, protecting them from excessive heat and rain. OBAMALLA®, shade cloth,comes in handy for this since it’s light and resistant. It reduces the temperature and creates a cool environment, which keeps poultry from becoming stressed and ill.

Shade cloth reduces the effect of adverse weather conditions. It is a cheap way to create a windbreak, block harsh sunlight, catch hail, and keep rain from falling on poultry.

Chicken mesh offers a cheap alternative for creating temporary fences around grazing areas. It can also be used with posts to build a permanent enclosure.

How to raise chicks, chickens, and ducks in a natural way

If I want to raise my chickens the natural way, what size should I make their enclosure?

Although there are some exceptions based on each breed’s personality and characteristics, we generally recommend a population density of 1 animal per 2.5-4 square meters. This ensures that poultry will have the minimum, necessary space that they need for their wellbeing.

To prevent chickens from turning green areas into barren soil in just a few weeks, we recommend installing poultry netting, CHICKENMALLA. Since this plastic mesh is easy to move, you can create a corral in one area and then move it to another. In addition to protecting other areas of your yard, it will also keep chicks safe and in one space.

What are the advantages of allowing poultry to live out in the open?

  • Less stress Being confined in spaces that are too small increases the risk that hens attack and peck at each other. At times, they may even recur to cannibalism. Raising chicks and hens free-range reduces aggressive behavior. Moving around outside reduces stress in poultry.
  • Healthier animals. Chickens raised the natural way are usually more robust and resistant. Their muscles develop better, and they build up less fat. Additionally, they have better diets. When poultry are enclosed in a small space, the weakest animals may not eat enough. The birds’ rigid hierarchy manifests itself at feeding time, and the birds lowest on the totem may not access feed.
  • High-quality animal protein. Chicks and hens raised free-range eat insects and other animals, which are sources of high-quality protein.
  • Better tasting, higher-quality eggs Eggs from free-range chickens taste better and have a brighter color. They contain more vitamin A, vitamin E and omega-three fatty acids.

Netting for chicks, hens, and ducks, CHICKENMALLA®, keeps predators away

Free-range animals are more susceptible to attack. Dogs, foxes, rats and animals from the mustelid family, like weasels, badgers, and mink, are prone to eat poultry. Chickens are also more at risk of catching parasites from wild birds like pidgins and sparrows. Finally, wild birds and animals can also spread disease to domestic poultry, putting them in danger.

Red para gallinas CHICKENMALLA® protección para tus pollos y gallinas
Protect your poultry from diseases spread by wild birds.
.

Poultry mesh keeps predators away.

Poultry netting is an efficient way to keep chickens from damaging ornamental plants in flower beds and vegetable gardens.

Installing substantial fencing is one way to keep poultry safe from predators. Species from the mustelids family pose a particular difficulty for poultry owners. Birds of prey are also a cause for concern. A poultry net, with it’s bottom edge buried and with an upper border that leans outwards about 50 cm will help keep birds safe from foxes and stray dogs.

Defense against inside predators

If your family has a dog, it may pose a risk to your poultry. Even beloved pet dogs sometimes attack and kill chicks, hens and ducks.

Rats and mice prey on chicks. Many regions, especially those in mountainous areas, are hunting territory for birds of prey like hawks and eagles.

malla gallinera protege de plagas como ratas y ratones
Poultry mesh protects chicks from rats and mice.

If this is the case where you live, your poultry will have to live inside a coop or enclosure made from netting.

A wide range of plastic mesh for corrals

We offer a wide range of plastic meshes and nets for laying chickens, hens, chicks, capons, turkey, geese, ducks and more.

Our bird blocking nets keep pidgins, swallows, seagulls, cormorants and other types of birds from bothering your poultry.

CHICKENMALLA® is our poultry net. It is designed for exposure to the elements and is long-lasting.

Our aviary netting is made with attention to detail. It’s resistant to tearing, and it keeps birds safe from wild animals and doesn’t put wild birds at risk of getting caught and strangled in it.

.

Using our netting and mesh, you can create chicken enclosures and cages for small scale, amateur operations or professional farming. They can be used with different kinds of animals. They are practical and easy to keep clean.

Our mesh is the perfect material for creating enclosures of different sizes and designs for poultry farms. All of our netting is woven from highly resistant plastic fibers. They are treated to withstand UV rays and stand up to the elements.

Red para gallinas
CHICKENMALLA® comes in a wide range of high-quality plastic meshes.
 

Fencing with chicken mesh—perfect for installing and setting up as modules

This fencing allows chickens to wander around during the day and then spend the night safely in their coop.

The quality is guaranteed—we manufacture our mesh from top-quality materials and in the best facilities.

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