Crumbz Rubber for Chickens – CrumbzRubber

Rubber Chippings 500KG bags from £239.99 - + VAT and inc Free Delivery!


Crumbz Rubber for Chickens

cheap rubber chippingsAs we draw to the end of September, winter is quickly approaching. For most of us this means stocking up on hot chocolate and fluffy socks, however for some we must ensure our chickens are warm through the winter. Crumbz rubber chip doesn't hold on to any moisture, therefore cannot freeze or frost over when the temperatures suddenly drop. This ensures that your feathered friends are not stood in freezing or damp areas for prolonged periods of time, giving you piece of mind on even the coldest mornings of British winter.

Crumbz chippings are approximately 20mm in size with a dyed colour coating that does not run or stain, even when wet. Due to the sturdy nature of our rubber chippings they allow for plenty of brushing, hosing and general chicken scratching, so you know your run will easily clean with out needing to be topped up annually. 

Rubber chip holds on to even the smallest amount of warmth so even on the coldest of days the chip absorb the sunlight ensuring that the rubber is warmer than the ground. 

A clean well looked after pen will ensure your birds lay for longer and are happy and healthy.


Crumbz rubber comes in seven captivating colours which, in winter months where there is very little colour outdoors, will add a much needed splash of colour, you and your chickens will appreciate!

Crumbz Rubber Colours 

  • Brown
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Terracotta
  • Plum
  • Green
  • Grey

Benefits of Crumbz Rubber

Our rubber chippings provide an excellent surface for your runs because:

They will not rot
They cannot blow away
They wont hold moisture
They dry almost instantaneously 
They are easy to clean, making them incredibly hygienic 
They are aesthetically pleasing

 
How Much Do I Need?

To find out how much Crumbz Rubber chip you need to fill your chicken run use our handy coverage calculator in the link below. 

Coverage Calculator 


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