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I’m about to dismantle my WIR and am dreading it.  It was bad enough building it.  So, agree with Cats Tails it’s not for the faint hearted.  As a first step you’d need to label each piece so you know where it goes and, find somewhere to store the pieces so you don’t lose them  

Good idea to have a run ready though, for even if you free range them now, if we’re hit by an Avian Flu outbreak, DEFRA may order us to confine them 24/7 in a covered run.  For potentially months...  so be prepared. 

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It does get easier the more times you do it. I’ve only dismantled and rebuilt my WIR once, but I’ve done my Go run lots of times and it now doesn’t take me very long at all. The only thing I would say is that you’ll probably have to buy new run clips fairly often as the repeated clipping and unclipping will fatigue the plastic so they’ll break.

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