Ascot (with grill), 6 lb
Suitable for producers who have a smaller flock of birds or just require a lower volume feeder for individual pens.
Protect your chicken feed and reduce waste by using an Ascot Rain Hat with the Ascot Feeder.
- Capacity: 6 lbs
- Size: 11"H, 10" pan diameter, 0.5" pan depth
- Material: plastic
- Suited for: adults
- Number fed: 24
- Use inside or outside: inside and outside
- Grill: yes
- Can it hang: yes
- Includes a set of 4 push fit legs
- Grill reduces feed waste.
- Metal handle allows the feeder to hang.
- Feeder pan is easily cleaned.
- Legs elevate the feeder base 3 in. off the ground, helping prevent feed contamination.
- Optional rain hat protects feed from rain and snow.
How to Use
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Ms K from Kentucky
I was needing a feeder that would keep the rain out. Originally, I found this same feeder on ebay- sent from the UK. I bought two and love them. So when I saw Premier carried them, I got two more. They are durable and easy to use. My only grumble is the feet are really hard to get onto the base (of course that also means they don't fall off!). The rain hat is awesome- keeps the feed fairly dry and tends to discourage wild birds because they can't see the feed. My ducks make a mess no matter with or without the grill, but I'm just glad the feed stays dry in our wet Kentucky weather. This is a good small flock feeder that I use under an awning (rain still can blow under it).
Lisa H from Texas
I am raising some silkie chicks and found they are very wasteful with their feed. This feeder with the grill has made a huge difference in saving feed. It's very durable and easy to fill.
Robert A from Tennessee
This feeder might be okay for a small flock if the feeder is under cover as the Ascot rain hat doesn't keep out a driving rain. The feed doesn't flow very well so the birds really have to work to eat. move up to the Handy feeder with it's large rain hat, it is worth the extra cost.