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ChickenGuard Launches World’s First Self-Locking Chicken Coop Door


August 15, 2018

ChickenGuard, who first created its automatic chicken coop door opener, is now releasing another product. The company’s latest invention has a design that allows a self-locking mechanism to be incorporated which prevents predator claws lifting coop doors, and ChickenGuard says it is the world’s first self-locking chicken coop door

The new self-locking coop door kit works seamlessly with the ChickenGuard unit. And according to ChickenGuard, what’s great for distributors and customers alike is that the runners, metal door and ChickenGuard unit come in one box. It gives distributors the opportunity to add a Door Kit sale to every ChickenGuard purchase with a significant increase in profit margin. And current ChickenGuard owners can upgrade to the new Door Kit which can be bought separately.

“Our new self-locking door kit is a game changer,” ChickenGuard Sales and Marketing Manager Nick Mecham said. “The unique self-locking wings will keep foxes out. It adds an extra layer of safety to any coop.”

The backyard poultry market is growing, and ChickenGuard points out that because these owners will want to protect their chickens as best they can from predators, the market has “tremendous potential.”

“We are seeking potential retailers and distributors to ‘join the ChickenGuard Family’ on our mission to protect chickens from predators” Mecham said. “The new self-locking door is a great example of British ingenuity. Taking an authentic new product to market these days is as rare as hen’s teeth. In our own small way ChickenGuard are following in long line of Great British Inventions from Jethro Tull to Mr Dyson and Tim Berners Lee.”

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