Saturn Yellow Feeders, 3 and 15 lb
|Saturn 3||Saturn 15|
|Capacity||3 lb||15 lb|
8" Pan Diameter
1" Pan Depth
16" Pan Diameter
3" Pan Depth
|Can It Hang||yes||yes|
*Number Fed is determined by capacity multiplied by 4 oz (amount of feed the average adult chicken eats per day). Crumbles, wheat, barley and cracked corn can be used in these feeders.
- Comes complete with base, tower and lid.
- Saturn 15 features an adjustable base design allows for up to 4 flow levels.
- Top lip around base helps prevent feed waste.
- Has a small rain hat that allows it to be used in light rain.
- Hang the feeder just above the bedding to reduce feed spoilage.
How to Use
See instructions above.
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Dalene H from California
This feeder is great. The chickens are not able to pull out or scratch out feed and waste it. I have not used the hanging feature. I just have it sitting on a large brick. I was used to pouring feed in a 5 gallon bucket feeder so the narrower opening in this feeder was a little more difficult but not hard. The only drawback for our purposes is that I wish it were larger. I have 25 birds and have to fill it almost daily. I love the color and it is made very sturdy. I would buy this again!
David H from Georgia
The waste resistant feeders have already saved me a lot of feed and feed is money. The chicks are eating more and putting less on the ground!
Medora J from Vermont
I love it. Best hanging feeder I have tried. As others have stated, it takes a lot of room. Bonus, it spreads the chicks out so they aren't on top of each other.
Diana W from Indiana
These feeders work really well. I wish there was a size in between. The small one is pretty much only good for chicks, as the ports are kind of small. It is a great size for a brooder and then it can move outside to a grow out pen. The large one is fine, but it has a gigantic radius that makes it unusable in my smaller coop- it hits the walls and doesn't leave much room for the hens to get past it. And it gets extremely heavy if you fill it full. One in between would be perfect for the size of my flock.
I prefer the lid style of the smaller one because it locks in place. But as someone else mentioned, maybe on a larger feeder, the weight of the feed would break those locking tabs. So it's just as well that the large one has a loose floppy lid.
I will not be buying any more of the 15 lb size, but if they came out with an in between size, I would buy several of those!
Thomas L from Oregon
Main thing I really like about this feeder is the very pronounced dome on the inside which ensures that ALL the feed runs out into the feeding areas.
The typical galvanized feeder at the feed stores is much flatter at the bottom and there could be a half inch or more of feed that doesn't filter out without shaking or rattling the feeder around.
I'm using the Saturn 15 with 13 Cornish Cross ( 3 weeks old currently ) and it's working well.
The "Flock Raiser" feed runs through it nicely