Free Range Chicken Nets

  • Material: High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

  • UV Resistant: Yes

  • Color: Green

  • Twine: 400D/12 Ply

  • Mesh: 1 inch, 1.25 inch, 1.5 inch, 2 inch

  • Standard Depth: 50 mesh, 100mesh

  • Standard Length: 100 meter


– Free Range Chicken Nets offer an innovative solution for poultry farmers who prioritize the health and freedom of their chickens. These specially designed nets are crafted to provide a safe, spacious environment where chickens can roam freely.

– Lightweight yet durable, these nets are easy to set up and can be used in various outdoor spaces. The mesh design ensures maximum ventilation and visibility, while keeping predators at bay.

– Suitable for all breeds and sizes of chickens, these nets promote natural foraging behaviors, contributing to healthier, happier birds. Whether you’re a small-scale backyard chicken keeper or a larger poultry farmer, these Free Range Chicken Nets are an essential tool for sustainable, ethical poultry care.


 Material  High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
 UV Resistant  Yes
 Knot Type  Knotted
 Filament Type  Multifilament
 Color  Green
 Mesh Type  Diamond
 Standard Mesh  1 inch, 1.25 inch, 1.5 inch, 2 inch
 Standard Depth  50 mesh, 100mesh
 Standard Length  100 meter
 Twine  400D/12 Ply
 Packing  PP Woven Bag
 Environmental Resistance  Resistance to moisture, rot, and chemicals
 Installation  Easy to install with standard netting equipment

Key Features

  • Durable Material: Made from high-quality polyethylene (PE), ensuring long-lasting use and resistance to weather elements.
  • Optimal Mesh Size: Carefully designed mesh size prevents chickens from escaping and protects against predators.
  • UV Resistant: The netting is treated for UV resistance, maintaining its strength and color under sunlight.
  • Easy to Install: Lightweight and flexible, making it straightforward to set up and adjust as needed.
  • Eco-Friendly: Green color blends seamlessly with outdoor environments and is environmentally friendly.
  • Versatile Use: Ideal for creating free-range areas for chickens in backyards, farms, or orchards.
  • Rot-Proof: Resistant to moisture and rot, ensuring it remains effective in all weather conditions.
  • Safe for Chickens: Soft yet strong material prevents injury to the chickens while containing them securely.


1. Backyard Chicken Coops Perfect for enclosing small to medium-sized backyard coops, ensuring your chickens have ample space to roam while staying safe from predators.
2. Organic Farms Ideal for organic farmers seeking a durable solution to create free-range areas for poultry, promoting natural behavior and healthier living conditions.
3. Urban Farming Projects An excellent choice for urban farming enthusiasts who want to keep chickens in city environments, providing a secure, green space within limited areas.
4. Educational Settings Suitable for schools or educational farms, where students can learn about poultry care in a safe, controlled environment.
6. Homesteads and Small Holdings A practical solution for homesteaders or smallholders to create a protected range for their chickens, contributing to sustainable living practices.


Q1: How high should chicken nets be?

The height of chicken nets can vary depending on the breed and size of your chickens. Generally, a height of 4 to 6 feet (1.2 to 1.8 meters) is sufficient to prevent most chickens from flying over. However, for breeds known to be good fliers, such as Leghorns, you may need higher netting, up to 8 feet (2.4 meters).

Q2: Do chicken nets work?

Yes, chicken nets are highly effective as an enclosed fence. It serves as a robust barrier to keep poultry within a designated area, protecting them from wandering off and from potential predators. Its knotted structure provides a sturdy and reliable enclosure, suitable for both small-scale backyard use and larger agricultural applications.

Q3: How to put up chicken nets?

To put up chicken nets, follow these steps:

  • Measure the area you want to enclose and buy sufficient netting.
  • Install posts around the perimeter of the area. The posts should be taller than the netting to provide adequate support.
  • Attach the netting to the posts using staples, ties, or wire. Start at one corner and work your way around, pulling the netting tight as you go.
  • Ensure the bottom edge of the netting is secured to the ground or a bottom board to prevent chickens from escaping underneath.
  • Check regularly for any gaps or damage to the netting and repair as needed.