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Henny+Roo Chicken Subscription Box Review – February 2020

Henny+Roo is a chicken subscription box that ships you treats, toys, and other useful products for backyard chickens and their keepers!

They offer two subscription types:

  • The Treats-Only Box for $21.95/month, or
  • The Poultry Supply + Gift Box for $39.95/month

This review is of the Poultry Supply + Gift Box for $39.95/month + free shipping.

Also, this box is being reviewed by popular demand!

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

About Henny+Roo

The Subscription Box: Henny+Roo

The Cost: $39.95 a month with free shipping. Save with longer commitments!

The Products: Useful and fun products for backyard chicken keepers. This box includes a mix of toys, treats, and other chicken necessities as well as the occasional chicken-themed home item.

Ships to: The US

Henny+Roo February 2020 Chicken Box Review

Well, look who decided to be social! Green grass is emerging and the hens are excited! I know it has been a little while. I seriously blame these two primadonnas.

We will check in with Satchel and Dizzy a little later on in the review. You know, when the treats make an appearance!

Our box comes complete with an info card explaining all of the items arriving this month.

 

Farmers’ Helper UltraKibble, 28 oz – Retail Value $8.99

This is like cereal for chickens! The girls were way into these little puffed kibbles. They are a great extra source of protein for the hens while they wait for all the spring and summer bugs to come back out for snacking. They were a lot more enjoyable to handle than the dried worms that normally arrive in this box.

Dizzy always likes to let Satchel take the first taste. Out of politeness or paranoia, I am not sure.

They made quick work of this handful!

I thought Satchel’s comb was looking a wee bit pale on the tips, but this is likely due to age rather than cold. She is an older gal! Treat time is ideal for these sorts of closer examinations that the girls generally have no time or patience for.

 

Witch Hazel Wipes

These are great wipes to keep around for minor scrapes. Witch Hazel is a natural anti-inflammatory you can use anywhere on a hen other than her eyes!

 

Brooder Bottle Caps – Retail Value $7.39

These caps are more geared to chicks or injured birds in isolation but are really great to have on hand. They attach to most soda bottles and allow chicks to get to water in a clean fashion. This is also a great way to introduce baby chicks to a dripper system!

 

Thor’s Forge Chicken Love Sign – Retail Value $4.00

How farmhouse chic is this rustic sign? I think I might save it to place inside the spring wreath I usually hang on the front of the coop!

 

Rooster Lollipop

Just the sugar fix I needed! This lollipop arrived a little broken, but I don’t even care. It was deliciously sweet and shaped like a rooster!

 

Heart Stamp and Non-Toxic Ink Pad

Oh, this is CUTE! This stamp is meant to be used on the fresh eggs that you share with friends and family. It is non-toxic so it just adds an extra element of cuteness to a basket of fresh eggs.

 

The New Pioneer Magazine 

Ahh, Will’s favorite periodical! He absolutely adores when these show up in this box, and I do too, because they are so expensive to buy! This one has loads of spring prep tips which I am sure he will put into action very quickly.

Laying Box Liner

Our last item comes in every box and is a super handy laying box liner. This helps keep your eggs clean after the hens leave them in the elevated boxes they use to lay. Since Satchel has decided she isn’t done quite yet, these are really nice for her to lay eggs on.

Bye for now from Tucker and his girls! See you soon!

The Verdict: Henny+Roo is even more awesome now that I am going to be at home a lot more often. Wandering outside to visit the girls has become a source of enjoyment and stress relief, and our visits are enhanced by this box. The warmer it gets the more time I plan on spending with them.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first box will be the welcome box or the April box. Per Henny+Roo:

Orders placed the 1st – 10th of the month start with a Welcome Box, renew on the 15th, then continue the following month, shipping on or about the 5th of the month. Orders placed the 11th – 31st start with next month’s box.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $39.95, meaning each of the 7 items inside has an average cost of $5.71.

Check out our other Henny+Roo reviews, and for more pet subscription boxes, head over to our lists of the best subscription boxes for cats and dogs!

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

Posted in Henny + Roo Reviews, Pet Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: henny and roo | 18 comments

Comments (18)

  1. We have four chickens and two ducks. I think I need this box, however I wonder if I can share the treats with the ducks.

  2. I don’t have chickens nor do I plan on getting any. However, I love reading the review of this box because it’s different from the many subscription boxes that are out there.

  3. Your Henny & Roo review has become the highlight of my MSA month! I’m hoping for a heart-stamped egg picture next time!

  4. I love these reviews! So relaxing to read about your girls and admire the photos! Can’t wait to have my own chickens!

  5. Why is a one time box cheaper than the subscription?

  6. Megan, I get so excited every time I see a new box review for this subscription. I’m so here for your chickens!

  7. Like everyone else has said, this review brings me joy. It’s a bit of peace in a crazy world. Your chickens are adorable!

  8. I love this review! Thank you for the photos! So happy your feathered and furry friends are keeping you company and helping during these times.

  9. Love the review, especially the photos.

    The stamper first the eggs is a cute idea, though I think they could have taken it further than just a heart stamp. Even “hen made for you” as a play on the handmade stamps crafters sometimes use? Or even just a chicken theme stamp. And maybe in rooster red!

  10. Thank you! I really think this box and your reviews/pictures bring joy to so many of us 🙂

  11. Yippee!!!

  12. I love your reviews, you are quite witty! And I do not own chickens lol. Your chicken reviews and sassy Nicole modeling outfits are my faves!!!!

  13. My favorite MSA review!! And as a bonus, we got a picture of a puppy along with the chicks. 🙂 Thank you Megan!

  14. I look forward to this review every month. I love Dizzy & Satchel!

  15. This… this is a perfect review 🥰

  16. Hi Megan! It was a welcome surprise to see your latest Henny & Roo review! Thank you, it’s just a delight to read through. I bet Satchel and Dizzy are pretty happy with Spring coming on. Love the photos, of course, and although it’s a slightly blurred action shot, it’s great to see the girls going hard core on the Ultrakibble! I must try to get some for my girls. Gotta say, I was a bit freaked out by the card description of the use for the witch hazel wipes, to ‘apply to vent prolapse’. Enough to make me wince, for sure. Still, it seems like it must be legitimately helpful given the even-more-direct instructions on the wipes themselves. Yikes. I’m glad they put the ‘this isn’t a substitute for taking your chicken to the vet’ note on there. I can’t believe how good Tucker (and Charlie) are with the girls. They must be picking up a bit of zen energy from you and Will. The Henny & Roo box continues to amaze me with the variety of chicken-themed and chicken care items they pack in there. Such a great sub. Hope you and your family (including pups and chicks, of course) are doing ok in these troubled times. Thank you for the delightful distraction. Dizzy and Satchel are looking to be in tip top shape, and may it continue! I’m looking forward to seeing how they are living the good life next month.

  17. My favorite review! I needed this right about now.

  18. This was just what I needed to bring a smile to my face! I love seeing those chickens!

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