The concept behind making their new range of modular chicken tractors and other animal enclosures is to give the customers a choice of products that they can customize themselves using a modular panel system. The modular galvanized steel framed panels are designed to bolt together in various configurations.
How they came about
Andrew and his son Scott were trying to find chicken tractors for their own use they quickly found a range of imported inferior products. They also found some Australian made pens available that looked much better quality but they did not have the flexibility that was needed.
What they were looking for was something heavy duty that is easy to assemble and disassemble that would last for a long time and have a good resale value. They also needed to be able to expand on the basic models as required and also wanted the chicken tractors to be neat and tidy with no protruding tech bolts or screws or sharp edges or protruding mesh to get clothing caught on.
They looked at a lot of different types of chicken tractors then decided to make their own design to suit their own specific needs. After building a few pens for their own chickens they came up with a modular panel system allowing them to easily expand their pens when required or reduce the size when they had limited stock and space.
About Andrew and Scott.
Andrew is a handy man with excellant welding and engeneering skills who also operates his own home handy man service. His son Scott has extensive computer skills and technical drawing and computer assisted drawing skills. Together they designed their range of new modular panels that can be configured into various forms of animal pens and chicken tractors.
A few of their friends also liked them and asked them to build them some more so they have now decided to offer these modular chicken tractors and other types of cages for sale. More details can be found on the new website http://www.modularcoopsandcages.com/