OverEZ Chicken Coop Update | Shark Tank Season 13

Backyard chicken keeping is one of America’s favorite pastimes. To help facilitate this, Chet Beiler created OverEZ Chicken Coop, a modular chicken coop design that is simple to put together. Did Chet ruffle some feathers during his Shark Tank Season 13 pitch? We’ll fill you in with our OverEZ Chicken Coop update.

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to OverEZ Chicken Coop after Shark Tank!

Chet Beiler appeared on Shark Tank Season 13 and left without a deal. In terms of an OverEZ Chicken Coop update, the company is still in business and has over $21 million in lifetime sales. Further, the coops and accessories are now available in retail locations nationwide in addition to directly through the company website.

Shark: Result:
Mark Cuban No Offer
Lori Greiner No Offer
Kevin O’Leary No Offer
Robert Herjavec No Offer
Daymond John No Offer

Shark Tank OverEZ Chicken Coop Update

OverEZ Chicken Coop Update Shark Tank

  • Entrepreneur: Chet Beiler
  • Business: Custom, easy-assemble chicken coops
  • Ask: $1 million for 4% equity
  • Result: No Deal
  • Shark: None

Chet Beiler is making backyard chicken keeping fun for the whole family with the OverEZ Chicken Coop. These coops are easy to put together, modular, and come in a variety of different sizes, making it everything you need for a safe, secure backyard chicken operation.

Sturdy and Durable
OverEZ Medium Chicken Coop - Up To 10 Chickens

This chicken coop offers lots of space for up to 10 chickens! It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor areas and was designed with a screen window to open and close for fresh air!

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Chet reveals that OverEZ Chicken Coops has $9 million in year-to-date sales, which immediately impresses the sharks. However, he’s unable to follow the impressive sales with a solid performance.

The sharks continue to ask questions about the business, but Chet’s answers are all over the place. The sharks notice inconsistencies and he can’t give them straight answers to some of their simple questions.

Though the coops are great and the chickens are cute, many of the sharks find concern with Chet himself.

Lori Greiner is the first to exit. She doesn’t see where the coops are different enough from other offerings on the market, and for that reason, she’s out.

Robert Herjavec is next to voice concerns. He says that it would take him longer than the lifespan of a chicken to learn anything about the business, and because of this, he’s out.

Kevin O’Leary, on the other hand, decides to make an offer. He proposes $1 million in debt for 4% equity. The loan would be paid back over three years at 11.5% interest.

Mark Cuban has a few thoughts about the business. Chet mentions numerous times that he wants to expand to Europe, but Mark isn’t having it.

If he can’t keep up with demand in the United States, how could he do it in Europe? For this reason, Mark goes out.

Daymond John thinks the margins will shrink over time and doesn’t like the valuation. Regardless, he makes an offer of $1 million for 25% equity.

With two sharks on the line, Chet surprisingly tries to bring Robert back into the deal instead of addressing his current offers.

Then, he asks Kevin if he would fund further purchase orders past the $1 million in debt, which Kevin essentially agrees to.

Ultimately, Chet fails to focus on the offers he has, so Daymond goes out. This leaves Kevin as the only shark with an offer on the table.

Chet briefly agrees to Kevin’s offer, however, he keeps trying to pull Robert into the deal too.

Because Chet doesn’t seem to be taking the deal seriously, Kevin drops out.

Unfortunately, OverEZ Chicken Coops walked away without a deal. So, how has the company fared since its episode aired? Let’s take a look at our OverEZ Chicken Coop update.

Since appearing on Shark Tank, OverEZ Chicken Coop is still going strong with lots of rave reviews from users toting the product’s value and usability. In 2023, the company grew to over $21 million in lifetime sales and shows no signs of slowing down.

They now offer sheds, chicken runs, and other coop accessories on the OverEZ Chicken Coop website. You’ll also find custom waterers and feeders to use with the coops and the chance to build your own bundle.

Additionally, OverEZ Chicken coops can also be found on retailers like Amazon and Tractor Supply Co., as well as local retail outlets nationwide.

With the cost of eggs continuing to rise, the market for backyard chicken accessories is likely to stay strong for quite a while. We’re sure the next OverEZ Chicken Coop will show continued success for the company, even without a shark investor.

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Kimberly is a writer for Shark Tank Recap. She has written episode summaries and updates across multiple seasons of Shark Tank, with a focus on complete and accurate information since 2021. She believes that getting the business aspects of each deal correct is extremely important for viewers and fans. Her favorite Shark Tank products are The Wobbles and Rocketbook!