Free Range

Our first free range house was built in 1927 and since then our manufacturing expertise has been used to build some of the most advanced free-range laying houses in the Country.

All houses come complete with pop hole doorways in the side sections, complying with RSPCA Freedom Foods and Lion Egg regulations.

The internal post layouts take into account the nests, slats, feed and water systems during the design consultation phase.

Traditional and multi-tier layer systems can all be accommodated as can enriched free range broiler chicken houses which require daylight windows

External, insulated and manually operated pop hole doors are standard but a secondary internal door can be added to give fully automated and simultaneous opening and closing.

Egg collection, handling and storage takes place in the main store which is lined throughout with a bright, white, easy-clean lining and can be sited at one end or in the middle of the house, splitting the bird areas into two colonies.

Windows are incorporated in the collection areas to give a pleasant working environment and store divisions form insulated egg stores, office space or washroom areas if desired.

Constructed with timber posted trusses or clear span steel portal frames, Fan or Natural Ventilation, Harlow's free range buildings are indeed Poultry Houses of distinction and built to last.