Perches for Croad Langshans should be:
- not too high above the ground, about 40cm, 60cm at the most.
- easy to remove for cleaning
Croad Langshans can fly to high perches quite well (I have seen one breeder use a perch of about 1.8m), but they should not be made to do so. They are heavy birds and land with a big thump. Problems which have been associated with high perches include bumble foot, egg peritonitis and prolapse.
However, they can (and love to) live up on a second floor as long as there is a decent ladder for them to walk up and down.