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If it’s not labeled “organic”
…then what is it?

If it’s not labeled “organic”
then what is it?

How large is the pod?
  • 100 square feet and 10 feet tall.
How long until my pod is up and running?

Chickens take between four-six months to start laying eggs depending on the type of chicken you purchase. Fish take roughly 6-9 months before they’re big enough to eat, depending on the breed. Fruits and vegetables can grow within a month, depending on the type and season.

What type of fish can I have?

Catfish, bass, blue gill, tilapia and many others. It all depends on your location and weather. Please see the links where you purchase your fish and ask as many questions as possible.

How many fish can fit in my pod?

300-500. Depending on the breed.

What type of fruits and vegetables can be grown?

The organic pod can produce, but not limited to: Lettuce, Kale, Spinach, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Watercress, Radish, Carrots, Basil, Mint, Cucumber, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Sunflowers, Peppers, Ginger, Eggplant, Beans, Okra and Bananas.

Is there a warranty

All electrical components come with a manufacturer’s warranty.

How many chickens can fit in the pod?

Up to 20. A fence is highly recommended if you don’t have wide open land.

Are chickens loud?

Depends on the breed. Roosters are loud but most hens are quiet. You don’t have to own roosters to have eggs.  

Some of my fish and chicken died, what did I do wrong?

Honestly…maybe nothing. That’s nature. You may have gone above and beyond…but things happen. My first two chickens died. One died as a one-day old chick on the way to my house. The next was a year-old hen. Why did they die? I have no idea. Don’t give up.

Does the Organic Pod save money?

Yes. The average household spends $438 per month, according to 2021 data from Bureau of Labor Statistics.That’s $5,256 a year. With an organic pod, you can reduce your grocery bills significantly.