Wise Cage Feeder, 10 lb
- Capacity: 10 lbs
- Size: 10"H, 5.5"W, 11.5"L
- Material: gray or green plastic
- Suited for: adults
- Number fed: 40
- Use inside or outside: inside and outside
- Grill: yes
- Can it hang: no
- Use a Silo Extender to increase feeder capacity.
- Suitable for pellets, wheat, barley and maize
- Hooks onto cage for easy mounting.
- Includes rain hood that helps keep out moisture.
- Lid cleverly hooks onto the side of feeder when filling.
- Thumb screws easily adjusts feed level.
- Rolled lip discourages the scratching of feed.
- Small holes in the bottom of feeder drain away fine dust.
How to Use
Fits to runs or cages made with stiff wire, not chicken wire (it's too light).
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Sonya H from California
I bought two and I really like them. I will buy again.
Bruce R from Ohio
Everything we have ever gotten from Premier has been great, with the exception of this feeder. In spite of the high price, I was convinced it would work beautifully for us. Not so. It was difficult to assemble, especially with no specific info on inserting the plastic hooks. The fit was so tight I was afraid I would break them. We have our layers in low movable field pens, and at each move, a pile of feed (ground feed) is left behind, in spite of the built in lip. My adjustment of the flow rate as low as possible and mounting the feeder at 2 different heights (cutting a hole in the pen for each) didn’t fix the problem. Also, it would be nicer if the flow rate was adjustable from outside the pen.
Tracy S from Rhode Island
Michele L from Pennsylvania
I am going to be that negative Nancy. Sorry! But this is the WORST poultry product that I have ever purchased. Not only was it extremely cumbersome to attach to the wire, but it allowed moisture to somehow get into the feed. I had disgusting moldy rotted feed in the spaces between the inner flap and body of the feeder and didn’t know it. The food was moving down only in the center. I didn’t realize why my birds were so reluctant to eat from this particular feeder, but now I know why. I’d steer clear of this one.
Juan M from Florida