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Neiman Marcus Chicken Coop

Neiman Marcus Chicken Coop

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Image courtesy of Neiman Marcus.

The Heritage Hen Mini Farm comes with a $100,000 price tag and is one of the high-luxe items featured in the 86th edition of the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book.

Anxious to try your hand at backyard chicken raising but afraid there just isn’t enough, oh, glamour involved in a hen-packed coop?

Well Neiman Marcus has you covered with a veritable Taj Mahal for fowls. The Heritage Hen Mini Farm comes with a $100,000 price tag, and is one of the high-luxe items featured in the retailer’s famously opulent 86th edition of the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book.

This “Beau Coop” as Neiman Marcus calls it, features a multi-level roost for your uptown chickens and a chandelier to remind them there’s no place like home. There’s also a library stocked with chicken and gardening books for the chickens’ pet humans to enjoy.

In a benevolent gesture, Neiman Marcus will donate $3,000 of the coop’s purchase price to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, a nonprofit that protects genetic diversity through the conservation and promotion of endangered chicken breeds.

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